Hon Johanna Ng'eno who is a member of Parliament for Emurrua Dikirr constituency broke his silence over the state of Corona in the country while he was in the burial ceremony of Narok county road minister Hon John Marindany who died of Corona. He said the country has undergone several challenges since the onset of Corona pandemic ranging from deaths, disruption of learning and crumbling of the national economy as reported by the Redio Citizen news.
According to him, it is high time for the Kenya government to declare the covid-19 disease as a national disaster. He said this shall assist the government agencies to direct all the available resources in combating the disease.(Courtesy photo)
He said a lot of money are always being wasted in the country in unnecessary projects, instead of channelling them in buying Vaccines for all Kenyans. He revealed that if this happens it's shall enable the state to make vaccination process compulsory to all citizens like what happened in Israel country.
He also blasted the government for banning the importation of Sputnik vaccine and claimed that he is one of the people that received the first jab from it. He wondered what he shall do to get the second jab yet he don't want to die. He suggested to go to Russia for it but he said it is so expensive.
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