Are we throwing the coronavirus-caution to the wind a tad too fast? It seems so, going by the behavior of citizens over the past weekend.
In Kisumu during the burial of footballer Kevin Oliech, residents turned out in crowds to welcome Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko to the Lakeside City.
And in Kakamega, the Luhya nation held their famous bullfighting event that was attended by cultural fanatics in hundreds, with zero regard to social distancing guidelines.
The same was the case in Athi River, where hundreds flocked Deputy President William Ruto’s entourage just to have a glance at him as he attended a church service.
Remember that during the government’s COVID-19 virtual conference on Monday, President Uhuru Kenyatta said that although our infection rate has dropped significantly, we are still at a critical stage.
Our behavior over the coming few weeks is what will determine if the infections clear out, or escalate to thousands.
Therefore, we need to avoid getting too overexcited about getting back to our social lives, and instead, practice caution so as to secure the same life for the future.
Ruto Names The Two Leaders He Is Afraid of Ahead of 2022 and Its Neither Raila Nor President Uhuru
With less than two years remaining before the 2022 general elections, The Deputy President has continued to express his willingness to take over from President Uhuru Kenyatta when his term comes to an end in 2022. According to Ruto, the race for the top prize in 2022 won’t be easy for him.
Mr. Ruto has no doubt been a man in trouble lately. He even at one point declared himself a spectator within his own government. The goodwill between President Kenyatta and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga has not settled well with Ruto who has now been forced to take a peripheral role within his own government.
According to Ruto his troubles and tribulations were being cooked from a very small kitchen that he intended to destroy forever. Contrary to the thinking of many people, Ruto claims he was not afraid of neither Raila nor Uhuru. According to him, His biggest fear lies with Raphael Tuju and David Murathe.
Why you Might Wait Longer for Covid-19 Vaccine
You might have to wait until mid-next year to get the Covid-19 vaccine.
The World Health Organization has said despite various vaccine candidates showing promising results, none has met the 50 per cent level of efficacy required.
The vaccines will have to undergo a vigorous process of checking on the effectiveness and safety. Phase three, which requires large clinical trials among the population, will take longer.
Ruto’s 2022 Running Mate: DP Addresses Speculation
Deputy President William Ruto on Sunday, September 6, discussed his 2022 Presidential bid, detailing his plans.
In an interview with Martin Gichunge of Weru TV, Ruto addressed a number of issues including speculation on who he would pick as his running mate for the big seat.
Media reports have linked several leaders to the DP’s bid, with Ruto said to be looking for a politician with political mettle to lock in significant votes.
According to the Constitution, Cabinet Secretaries should not be politicians. Do you, therefore, think that the CSs currently engaged in a war of words with Deputy President William Ruto’s allies should be axed?