Over the last few days ago, Kenya have lost key leaders and other goverment Officials to the Corona disease which landed in the country on march 2020 after it's emergence on December 2019 in Huwaan, China.
Of late, Kenya lost the member of parliament for Kiambaa constituency hon Paul Koinange who developed Breathing difficulties few hours before his death. His death was linked with the Corona disease as it has the signs that hon Koinange showed before his death. He was described by many as a visionate leader.
Now, one day after the death of hon Paul Koinange, Kenyans have also received sad news today as another goverment officials in the ministry of interior has been confirmed to have died just some few hours after developing breathing problems.
As established by the standard digital through their Twitter account, Kenya have today lost the Keiyo North OCPD Mr Moses Kanyi who died at eldored hospital after developing some breathing difficulties before his death.
His death is a sad news to the residents of Keiyo and Kenya at large as they have lost another key leader.
We continue to urge the people of Kenya to continue following the protocols from the ministry of health so as to avoid contracting this disease.
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