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Top Governor Rate Uhuru Below Average, Advises on Wild Mistake he's Doing in Dealing With Covid-19

The Country is currently battling the third wave of Covid-19 pandemic after an abnormal shoot of positive cases rently in several Counties.

This forced the Ministry of Health (MOH) together with president Uhuru Kenyatta to put across dire measures in the affected counties to curb the spread of the deadly disease that has claimed a lot of lives.

However, as much as the head of State is putting efforts to ensure the country is safe, some citizens including leaders seem to be disatfied with the way he is dealing with the pandemic generally, with some leaders rating him below average.

Speaking to NTV on Thursday morning, Makweni County governor Kivutha Kibwana has taken a swipe on how the president and the MOH is dealing with the pandemic.

Asked how he can rate the whole process, the govenor pointed out that the whole process is being dealt with wrongly, stating that it's is being treated as a security measure by using chiefs and the police to harass citizens instead of adopting sensible control measures, hence rating 4 on a scale of 10, falling below average.

The governor however suggested that in order to put covid-19 under control, there has to be public education and sensitization of people to be part and parcel of dealing with the pandemic.

What is your opinion, do you agree with Kibwana's rating? If no what's your?

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