CLVID-19 has emerged as one of the deadliest virus since the Spanish Flu and the whole set large have joined efforts to curtail the spread of pandemic.
President Uhuru requested for a loan from IMF to cushion Kenyans from the pandemic which caused public uproar as the Citizens reacted to this offer , wanting the international lending body to terminate the deal.
The legislator appreciated IMF's good intentions but has requested the body to change it's model and just buy COVID-19 jabs instead of giving us the money which will end in pockets of few individuals.
Kuria has indicated it will be easier to vaccine Kenyans at a cost of 18Billion only which is a small chunk of the 255B requested package from the body.
" Dear IMF. We really appreciate your good intentions to lend money to us. But let us change the model just a bit. We need you to lend us 25 Million Covid-19 jabs at our buying price of $7 each which is $175 Million or Ksh 18 Billion only. This will be sufficient to vaccinate all Kenyans above the age of 18. But give us the jabs not the money because we will steal the money. Send us the bill of lading we go pick the vaccines ourselves." Moses Kuria via his Facebook page.
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