Sputnik Vaccine is a private vaccine that yesterday the government of Kenya banned it's administration.
Photo (Kenyan blogger Dennis Itumbi)
According to him some leaders like Rt. Hon Kalonzo Musyoka took the public Vaccine jumping the queues of the most vulnerable like our grandmothers and they are shamelessly shouting they took the mwananchi jab.
At the end of his tweet he asks the government of Kenya to Kenyans to get the Sputnik Vaccine.
Here is the tweet from his official verified Twitter account. 'Some like @skmusyoka are shamelessly shouting they took the MWANANCHI jab. In other words, MEN who could afford to PAY for a JAB, decided to jump the QUEUE & instead of letting FRONTLINE workers&vulnerable Grandma's take the FREE 1 MILLION doses, they TOOK IT.'
Below is a screenshot of the same.
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