Kenyans on Twitter have taken a swipe on tourism cabinet secretary Najib Balala for sharing photos of international tourists entering the country.
Through his Twitter page, Balala posted a pictures taken in the airport after a plane with over one hundred tourists from Ukraine landed in the country.
"We are glad that you chose magical Kenya as your destination" stated Balala.
However, a good number of Twitter users were displeased with Najib citing discrimination by government to allow visitors in the country while still imposing a lockdown.
"You put our own people on lockdown but celebrate visitors!" exclaimed John Ayanga
Zeddy Misiga on the other hand pleaded with the government to unlock the country and allow Kenyans to do business.
Five counties have been put under lockdown by president Uhuru Kenyatta to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus countrywide.
It is not clear whether the president will listen to the plight of Kenyans and lift the lockdown.
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