Meru county Governor Kiraitu Murungi has been undergoing a very tough period of time in recent days. Things have not been good on his side as apart from the usual political pressure, he has also been suffering from the deadly Covid-19 disease.
Just recently, Kiraitu Murungi came out looking sad as he emotionally narrated how the late former Tanzania President John Pombe Magufuli's death made him feel. Just after a short period of time, Kiraitu Murungi resurfaced again and opened up on a serious which gave many bloggers a big blow.
Through his official twitter account, Kiraitu Murungi stated that some information was propagated by blogger who speculated things without knowing how he really felt.
That is just a message that gives all bloggers a lesson of not speculating some things when they are not sure. They may be kicking around with a serious thing when someone is ailing terribly at the other end.
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