Politics has always been the talk of the day in Kenya. This happens as fresh details emerge on daily basis. Politics has constantly continued to take new twists on daily basis as the politicians change depending on prevailing trends. This is something that has even been worsened by the currently prevailing coronavirus pandemic.
This is something that the government has been fighting in partnership with the health CS Mutahi Kagwe. However, most people have been critisizing Kagwe over prevailing issues in health ministry. Mutahi Ngunyi has cleared such claims against Mutahi Kagwe saying this;
"LEAVE Mutahi Kagwe ALONE. He is the MOST COMPETENT health minister we have had after Kibaki. Besides, he is NOT a catholic MONK. And he is NOT like the UDA conmen who gave Kikuyus POISONOUS relief food last year!." said Mutahi Ngunyi.
However, most people have continued to blame Mutahi Kagwe for the game that is being played in the health ministry. See how people reacted to this;
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