Kikuyu constituency member of parliament and a close ally of Dr. William Ruto,Hon Kimani Ichung'wa has sparked reactions online by his latest tweet which read,"￼Kumbee??? No wonder . Another #covid_vaccines_Billionares loading . Not so fast !."
Kimani Ichung'wa said this while responding to Ahmednassir Abdullahi who had earlier tweeted that he wouldn't be surprised if Sputnik V Vaccine was suspended to create Monopoly for the importation of Johnson & Johnson Vaccine.
The member of parliament penned down his thoughts in a post on his Twitter page in a response to a tweet by Ahmednassir Abdullahi which read in part, "They are importing Johnson & Johnson vaccine and to monopolise the market I won't be surprised if Sputnik V is suspended,"
The vocal supporter of Dr. William Ruto seemed to come to realization that something was cooking due to bann of Sputnik V hence his statement,"#covid_vaccines_Billionares loading"However his statement has elicited mixed reactions from Netizens.
"The ban was a suppressant roar to facilitate the impending import."read a comment.
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