Bahati member of parliament, Kimani Ngunjiri, took his time and expressed a weird body feeling he is currently experiencing. Speaking on Thursday morning at Inooro TV, the legislator said that he felt weak and sick and therefore he was not ready to engage in a fierce interview as he has been doing in the past.
This statement by the lawmaker caught the attention of the host journalist who went further and sought to know what was ailing the Bahati MP.
Ngunjiri replied and said that he had received his second dose of AstraZeneca vaccine on Wednesday 9, and he thought it could be the reason his body was so weak.
"I received my second dose of the vaccine yesterday and frankly speaking it has affected my body. I even feel like am suffering from common cold yet i was not like this before the vaccination," replied Kimani.
The reply made the Journalist burst into a loud laugh. Kamau Kang'ethe said that he had experienced a similar situation after taking his second dose. He however assured the MP that the feeling would fade away with time.
The Bahati lawmaker also said that the death of his last born son affected him so much and from that time he rarely engage in fierce debates. He added that he now prefers to approach things with calmness.
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