Image courtesy: Sen Ledama Ole Kina.
Penning his thoughts in a post on his twitter account, the vocal politician mentioned that at this point in time, the only discussion which should be going on in Kenya is that of vaccination and nothing else, a post which attracted the attention of most of the netizens online.
Earlier on, Senator Ledama had stated that he is out to ensure that the Universal Health Care which was initiated by the President as part of his Big Four Agenda shall be fully implemented.
"We should only be talking about Vaccines now," Tweeted Sen Ledama.
His tweet left netizens talking about the whole issue of vaccination together with the heated conversation of the BBI process.
Here are some of the comments:
" Kutokana na utafiti niliofanya ni kuwa, vaccines hazikyisha, instead ziliekwa to be used as second dose, for those who luckily got the first dose! Kutuenjoy muachane tafadhali. Rumechoka," A comment read.
"Yes. On the Senate, not on Twitter," A comment read.
"What is happening in India now should be lessons for Africa what are you doing how prepared are you," A comment read.
"As long as it can concurrently run with others there's no problem politics of jealousy can only be bought by the gullible," A comment read.
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