In the past few days there has been a back and forth war of word as questions were raised as to how the controversial Russian, Sputnik Vaccine got into the country.
The government through the ministry of health confirmed that the vaccine was in the country.
However, the government came all guns blazing a day later banning the sale of the vaccine in the country.
Dp Ruto happens to be one of the recipients of the said vaccine that has now been giving some prominent tycoons sleepless nights.
Moses Kuria has however taken to social media expressing concern as to how a person he referred to as the son of Nyawira would explain it to his boss.
Now this Sputnik V- Someone will have to explain how someone got the local distributorship without the blessings of the untouchables.
There will be crying and gnashing of teeth at the palace. Son of Nyawira, you can not let the horse bolt then try explaining things at a press conference. Utajua Kenya ina wenyewe
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