The First in Command, His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta has tremendously continued to inject new developments across various sectors as he inches towards sealing the achievement of his big four agendas before 2022, when his retirement reaches.
As the signs of rain remain to be the nature of clouds, it is evident that President Uhuru is determined to leave the country on a better state through what he has been doing under his government.
Reports have now emerged that the Commander-in-chief is indeed troubled by matters pertaining the health of all Kenyans. Being the top personnel of the African Leaders Malaria Alliance (ALMA) that spearheads the fight against the commonly known parasitic disease (Malaria) in the whole of Africa, he is focused in designing vital strategies which will in turn help in addressing the prevailing health issues across all nations.
President Uhuru has now announced that the pandemic of Covid 19 should not put off the efforts of fighting against Malaria. He has stressed the fact that organizations especially the global community should be at toes in ensuring that the available resources are used in an efficacious manner as they eye on clipping the best universal health care for everyone.
Clearly, it can now be noted that the Head of State won't unfold his sleeves anytime until he sees Kenyans at the upper bracket of people living under sound environments. With that, Kenyans have expressed their impression online concerning President Uhuru's efforts to work for them as they send him motivating phrases.
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