Fkam I City Lawyer has allegedly reveal something abnormal going on in the Ministry of Health. According to the City lawyer, Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe is nit giving Kenyans the true picture on the ground regarding the adverse effects of Corona Virus. Through his Twitter handle, the Senior Council has allegedly said that the number of deaths being report by the Ministry of Health are not the real number on the ground. According to Lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi, Health CS might be suppressing the number and giving untrue data to the country.
"Mutahi Kagwe lies everyday and us deliberate in suppress the number of Kenyans that are dying of Covid 19. In Lang'ata Muslims cemetery 12 bodies were buried today," Alleges AhmedNasir.
The number of infections has surged in recent weeks and thus third wave has proven to be more dangerous than the first two waves. The number of deaths in a day has also gone up something the lawyer says the is nit the real number.
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