Many Kenyans have expressed their concern at the rate at which Kenyan leaders have been holding large political rallies in a time when the country has been struggling with the COVID-19 pandemic.
The rallies have been happening despite the fact that the President had issued an executive order banning all forms of political gatherings terming them As Superspreaders of the deadly virus.
In a new twist of events, Popular Blogger and Activist Boniface Mwangi have dropped a bombshell claiming that the top leaders had been vaccinated already. The report comes barely a week after news from Uganda revealed that the President of Uganda Mr. Yoweri Kaguta Museveni had already received the Covid-19 Jab together with his family.
Museveni has since disputed the reports terming them as false. It is unclear whether or not the Kenyan leaders have received the vaccine as Alleged by Mwangi.
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