Tanzanians have been forced to react after the government of Kenya confirmed that it has already received COVID-19 vaccines. This is after the Cabinet Secretary for health in Kenya Mutahi Kagwe earlier this Wednesday morning led other top government officials in receiving the first consignment of the Astra Zeneca COVID-19 vaccines at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.
Immediately after East Africa radio broke the news on its twitter handle, Tanzanians went ahead and gave their views. A number of them congratulated their neighbors for receiving the dosses while others wished they were in Kenya so as to get vaccinated. See the reactions below.
"Kila la kheri kwao ila wawe makini sana sio Kila kinachoingia kiko sahihi!" Mohammed Rashid penned.
"Watu wa mipakani na kenya,fursa hiyo," Uncle Jay stated.
"wacha wazidi kupokea. Tusemeje sasa?'' Captain wrote.
"I wish ningekua raia wa kenya," Another Tanzanian by the name Simion Diego posed.
"Nauli kufika kenya ni bei gani," Hushah shashaa asked.
"Pongezi, dawa hizo halali kweli, tutaona matokeo yake hapo baadae," Josiee stated.
"Wasitutishe na Sisi tumeagiza shehena za tangawizi, malimao na ndimu na majani ya kutosha kujifukiza kitaifa," Ngoma msangi stated.
"Ngoja niandae paspoti yangu nieende kwa mzee wangu uhuru. Kenya kucheleee," Kinaya Zende wrote.
"Hii ni habari njema. Maana sasa tutakimbilia Kenya," Gervas Maiko Sulle posed.
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