Uhuru Kenyatta (L) and Mutahi Kagwe (R).
President Uhuru Kenyatta and Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe have been caught out again due to the Covid-19. They were heavily pointed out at the first stages of the KEMSA corruption scandal and as we are speaking, many questions and eyebrows have been raised due to the corona virus vaccines.
After the corona virus pandemic had made lives of many Kenyans miserable, it was a point of relief when the government finally brought home the first batch of the vaccine, but as things seem to be, many vulnerable tax payers may end up missing the jab while other rich expatriates get it.
It is a move that has raised heated reactions among the Kenyans with Martha Karua going a step further to land President Uhuru Kenyatta and Mutahi Kagwe in hot soup. According to Martha Karua, the two should come out and explain why the vaccine is offered to embassies and other expatriates instead of poor Kenyans.
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