"The lifting of cessation of movement and relaxation of COVID-19 rules is sponsored by BBI referendum and not your petitions." This is according to Senator Kipchumba Murkomen as he posted it on his twitter minutes after Uhuru's directives.Picture for illustrative purpose.
His tweet elicited mixed reactions where different Kenyans gave different views and opinions as captured below.Picture for illustrative purpose.
*Boss you know how many Kenyans sleep hungry out here as a result of restaurant and other businesses closed? Don't politicize every move the Govt is making.
*No let's not think that way. Looks like we're too much opportunistic on every decision made by Govt. The lifting of the rules is to help revive the economy. Nothing to think much about.
*You are talking as if you guys won't hold wheelbarrow rallies. You and them are just but the same group.
*The best President in the world has heard the cries of kenyans. What are you saying Senator Murkomen?
*The other day you were condemning the Government for what happened on Thika Road, now you are opposing the same Government for relaxing Covid-19 rules. That's UDA leaders for you, more of watermelon than watermelon itself.
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