Radio Africa Group Digital Editor Oliver Mathenge has sparked reactions Online After Revealing to Kenyans when the head of state President Uhuru Kenyatta is to give an update on the Covid_19 situation in the country.
Penning his thoughts in a post on his Twitter page on Friday Evening, Mathenge said that the President will next week be giving the Nation an update on the Corona virus situation while reviewing the protocols including the 10pm to 4am curfew, adding that there has been an upsurge in new cases including 410 on Friday as well as patients in ICU.
Below are Reactions from Netizens on his post.
"That upsurge is always suspect. Nikama it surges when we are almost due for update." A comment read.
"Anyone doubting an update indicating upsurge of covid19 cases...is definitely NAIVE." A comment read.
"There must be something the Kenyan government is doing at night from 10 pm to 4am that they don't want its citizens to know. They will extend the curfew." A comment read.
"Curfew hours will be kept unchanged for 90 days. GOK will still not distribute free masks/hand sanitizers nor significantly increase the number of tests conducted; TZ borders will not be closed. With luck there will be a coherent plan for vaccinations of all most at risk." A comment read.
"This surge will continue until the curfew is extended then turudi back to one twendi cases." A comment read.
"Coincidence or manufactured? Why do cases spike a week before the president speaks? There are people at Afya who are benefitting from Covid." A comment read.
"Every each time he's to give statement and directions in regard to the covid-19 protocols, the cases 'go up' exponentially. What a coincidence 😂😂😂😂" a comment read.
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