The outbreak of covid-19 pandemic has ravaged the country and destroyed many lives across the country. The effects of covid-19 pandemic can still be felt from all corners of these country with most Kenyans completely still feeling the heat after loosing jobs and there loved ones. Even with the ongoing vaccination across the country many are not still sure if the vaccine is safe after few countries dismissed it alleging it was causing blood clothing.
Few days ago president Uhuru Kenyatta came out to give new directives governing covid-19 pandemic protocols. The president suspended political rallies and called churches and mourners to reduce the number of peoples gathering together. This did not turn out well with section of leaders since Moses Wetangula was among leaders who broke these rules and stated that police should begin giving Kenyans masks and not arrest them.
Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika joined the list of politicians Defying president Uhuru Kenyatta orders after she attended a burial that had more than 300 people and they were not wearing masks some of them witj social distancing not being observed. According to NTV reported that, "Presidential directive ignored:
Nakuru Senator attends burial with more than 300 people in attendance: mourners had no masks and ignored social distancing directives."
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