The country's Head of State has finally broken his silence concerning the pandemic of Covid 19 as he issues a crucial announcement to all Kenyans over the same.
Coronavirus has really brought about economical misfits in the country especially on aspect of distribution of the inadequate resources resulting to a huge pressure for Kenyans to push the economy forward.
Even with the struggles, president Uhuru Kenyatta's government has been keen in terms of ensuring everything is kept intact and Kenyans are equitably served in all dimensions.
While speaking during the United Nations Global Compact's Private Sector Forum that was held today, the commander-in-chief has now called for private sector involvement in the fight against Covid 19 disease particularly by development and rethinking of new strategies that will help alleviate Covid 19.
The president stressed on the value of involving all the stakeholders working in private institutions across the globe in making the relevant inputs in the health sector as far as fighting Covid 19 is concerned pointing out that economic recovery is much dependable on them.
With that, Kenyans have taken to the internet to appreciate president Uhuru's message.
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