President Uhuru Kenyatta ( photo courtesy)
President Uhuru Kenyatta's camp has been trying its level best to protect Kenyans. However, Kenyans are too reluctant to follow all the rules and containment measures that were imposed by the ministry of health.
Political leaders are supposed to lead as an example but they have been attracting a multitude of crowds on their rallies and campaigns trails as they expose poor Kenyans to the deadly disease.
CS Kagwe (Photo courtesy)
This is defiant of the highest order, since the outbreak of coronavirus, President Uhuru's camp banned all political gatherings, meetings, and any other crowds.
In the end, poor Kenyans have been struggling with this deadly disease as most of them succumb to Covid-19 due to lack of support.
Today, as reported by Daily Nation news, experts have warned the nation on the deadly fifth wave. According to experts, at least 3000 people may succumb. This is awakened up call to the head of state with his camp to put more containment measures to rescue poor Kenyans.
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