MP John Kiarie Exposes Government's Massive Lies on COVID-19, Tells Kenyans to Prepare for the Worst
Dagoretti South MP John Kiarie has claimed that the government is undereporting the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Kenya. In an explosive rant on Twitter, the MP said that Kenya currently has an acute shortage of testing kits and there could be more untested and unreported cases of the dreaded virus. "Kenya currently has an acute shortage of testing kits, so the country cannot adequately test how many of these new arrivals are currently positive! We currently do not know the exact number of positive
While speaking in speaking in Mwongori high school, Raila Odinga joined Cs Fred Matiangi and Mutahi Kagwe in giving ksh 100,000 each which will be used to buy children bread.This amount totalled to ksh 300, 000 . The student requested the politicians who visited their school to buy them bread.
Health workers geared up. Source: tn8.tv As of Sunday, May 10, two more truck drivers in Uganda tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 116. Out of these two was a 40-year-old Kenyan driver who arrived in Uganda through the Malaba post. Before this, the Ministry of Health in Uganda confirmed 13 more cases in the country on Saturday, May 10, and out of these were 7 Kenyan truck drivers. As a measure to curb the importation of the deadly virus from Kenya to Uganda, Uganda
Police in Machakos have detained more than 720 people who were holding a political meeting. The political meeting was being held at the prestigious Maanzoni Lodge. The meeting was being sponsored by a Non Governmental Organisation involved in political mobilisation. They were holding a public gathering contrary to government directives on public gatherings in the fight against the Corona virus. The organisers and participants might be charged with violating the government ban on public gatherings. It is sai
(Photo Courtesy/Google) Kenya has been among Countries in East Africa with high numbers of Covid-19 positive cases ever since the eruption of Corona virus. However, the Government of Kenya in conjunction with the Ministry of Health headed by C's Dr Kagwe Mutahi has weighed in too much efforts in ensuring the virus is curbed.
It is a great shock as the republic of Kenya makes this daring move.According to the news released by the ministry of health led by Doctor Mutai Kagwe.The ministry is launching to get more vaccine jabs from the Democracy Republic of Congo.A few days ago, Cabinet Secretary Honourable Kagwe Mutahi disclosed that our country running out of Astrazeneca vaccines.
Is the mask that you are using safe? Once Kenya recorded the first case of Covid-19, the super cabinet secretary of health, Kagwe Mutahi announcement triggered a number of events. To be specific, a number of hawkers floaded the big towns selling face masks . It was a booming business at that very time but some Kenyans were Keen to note and question how safe those masks were.Some went on social media and posted their concerns. '' Some could question the hygiene of these masks wheres some claimed the safest m
Health Cabinet Secretary, Kagwe Mutahi has rubbished claims by a section of social media users who labelled a linked video chat between President Uhuru Kenyatta and two recovered corona virus patients as a Public Relations exercise. The CS refuted the claims stating that the government would have no reason to conduct a PR exercise in collaboration with international organizations including the World Health Organization and especially on such a critical matter. "I'm deeply saddened by a section of Kenyans