Governor Who Was Allegedly In ICU With COVID-19 Finally Speaks, Claims People Are Praying For His Death
By MzeeMbelle | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 26244 views
Over the last few days, several politicians have been in and out of the office with the likes of ODM leader Raila Odinga and Meru Governor Kiraitu Murungi testing positive for the Coronavirus that has continued to wreak havoc across the globe.
The deaths of the Tanzanian President and Kericho Deputy Governor have no doubt awaken many leaders who had become lackluster.
Earlier today, Taita Taveta governor Granton Samboja has resurfaced after rumors that he had been hospitalized in ICU with COVID. According to Samboja, the reports are not true and that he is of sound health. Samboja also claimed that his opponents have been praying for his death. He was speaking during a radio interview at milele fm.
Samboja confirmed that he had received the Astrazeneca Vaccine on 3rd March after undergoing tests. Here is the audio.
Samboja warned his opponents that such tactics won't help them win the seat in 2022.
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