The Nyali member of parliament Mohammed Ali disagree with the way Nation Media chooses the headlines. Ali who was also a journalist terms the picking the headlines to appease those in power may not make them a good journalist but at end may ruin their career.
The Saturday Nation newspaper today reads that the State Bans Ruto-linked Vaccine. According to the Nyali member of Parliament Mohammed Ali who is also a close allie to the deputy president William , this headline is only written to appease the state and promote the selling of the paper.
The deputy president William Ruto received a Russia based vaccine known as SPUTNIK V as a result the government has banned the importation of it in the country .
This has brought mixed reactions from close allies of the deputy president William Ruto. Aaron Cheruiyot says that the state is playing hard to the deputy president William Ruto. Cheruiyot claims even after being excluded from those invited for vaccine by the state , deputy president privately organised to be vaccinated and the state banns the vaccine again.
Elgeyo Marakwet among many leaders and supporters if the deputy president claims that the bann was simply to deny the deputy president William Ruto a chance to get his second Shot.
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