As Kenya is coping with the third wave of Covid 19, several leaders and the general public are raising a lot of concern on how the entire process is being carried out. The third wave has really hit Kenyan hard especially the County of Nairobi that is said to be the epicentre of the disease. Other Counties that are strongly affected include Kiambu, Kajiado,Machakos and Kajiado.
The emergence of vaccine has given Kenyans hope of fighting this pandemic. Kenyan Government has already purchased the first dose of AstraZenica Vaccine and it's already being administered in various hospitals. The Cabinet Secretary of Health Mutahi Kagwe said that the second phase of AstraZenica Vaccine will be in the country by june.
These sentiments has not gone very well with the politician. For instance Narok Senator Hon Ledama Ole Kina on his official Twitter account urged CS Mutahi Kagwe to Stop giving Kenyans hope of receiving 4 million doses of AstraZenica vaccine from India in June.
Are you in agreement with Hon Ledama Ole Kina's sentiments?
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