Reactions as Popular Senator Raises Alarm About Covid-19 Situation in Kenya
By Star1TV | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 0 views
Senator for Nandi County Hon Samson Kiprotich Cherargei has delivered a powerful statement in a post matters the situation of Covid-19 in Kenya.
In his post, the lawmaker raised alarm claiming that there is no investigation going on about the recent KEMSA heist where millions of money were allegedly lost.
Senator Cherargei added that he has not seen any serious effort by government to cushion the economic impacts of Covid-19 on the hospitality industry and the vulnerable Kenyans.
He has further indicated that 60% passengers on the public transport and not on air transport hustlers own public transport.
The Senator also accused the government saying that there are no plans to vaccinate the 47.5 million Kenyans saying that the containment measures should have been better than those which were applied in 2020.
Senator Cherargei's message has received varied reactions from Kenyans who claim that today's Covid-19 measures shall lead to many losing their jobs and closure of a number of industries.
They added that Kenyans are yet to face more hard days as Covid-19 continue now begin to cause another lockdown.
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