Kenyans have been left at crossroads after the latest move by the Jubilee government. The party promised Kenyans to be given heaven but Kenyans have been forced to swallow the bitter pills after the government increased fuel by more than 7%.
Besides, the rise in fuel, Kenyans are forced to face the pandemic without the required necessities. Martha Karua has disclosed that the way Kenyans vaccinate it's a citizen is terrible. Only a few Kenyans can be accessed within the ministry's stipulated time.
Martha Karua has revealed to the Uhuru administration that the only way they can fight a pandemic is through free testing and treatment.
Karua Martha said "Without offering free testing and treatment in all public health facilities" the Majority of Kenyans are unable to make their ends meet, they raven in poverty especially during these tough times.
The government of Kenya, under the leadership of President Uhuru Kenyatta, should face the pandemic once and for all.
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