The Parliamentary Committee on Health, led by Member of Parliament Sabina Chege, want the President of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta, to take the Covid Vaccine first. The committee said that the low turnout being witnessed is due to the bad publicity surrounding the vaccine abroad.
Sabina Chege with members of the committee today. Picture courtesy of The Star.
The committee recommended that all national leaders should receive their AstraZeneca Vaccine on national Television to give people the confidence they lack.
Picture courtesy of Twitter.
Member of Parliament, Dr. James Nyikal, who is a member of the committee said, "Kenyans are a worried lot because of the news circulating about this drug and the only way to restore confidence, is to have the President and his Deputy take the jab in public."
Uhuru Kenyatta and Ruto. Picture courtesy.
Nyikal said this as the committee visited the National Central Vaccines Depot at Kitengela earlier today.
Uhuru making faces. Picture courtesy.
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