The Nairobi Super Senator Sakaja shared a post through his Facebook official account, while inside the gym taking rest after workout.
Sakaja who through the photo appeared sweating, urged Kenyans to familiarise themselves with daily workout or just take a walk around the residential areas at this pandemic period. Emphasising that, excise will eventually boost individual Immunity.
Sakaja wrote, "Fitness will help boost your immunity. Pigeni tizi hii time ya Covid hata kama ni raundi Mtaani." Sakaja latest post
Following the post and kind message to Netizens and Kenyans in general, Honarable Sakaja has found himself in trouble. Majority of the Kenyans didn't shy off from sharing the tough situation they go through.
Some Asking the Senator if they are to priorities workout to food;@ Olefrank James Wrote,"Nichakula tutatafuta ama ni tizi. Adding we are even struggling to put a meal on table."
Some also blamed President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto government for pushing citizen's to the wall. He wrote, "Tutapungua tu by nature serikali imetupeleka round za kutosha." Reaction as attached;
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