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Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja has expressed his disbelief in the manner in which politicians continue to flaunt COVID-19 containment measures.
Reacting to the recent political happenings in the country where high profile leaders have organised rallies, Sakaja could not stop but wonder why the same leaders are going scot-free, and he was the only one who is supposed to adhere to the guidelines.
In July 2020, the youthful senator was fined Sh15,000 or serve a 3-month jail term for violating COVID-19 curfew orders.
Sakaja was arrested, alongside three others, drinking at a Kilimani bar at around 1 am, in complete violation of the curfew order.
Naona hizi Covid rules nikama nizakunishika tu 😂 😩 😩. Hata siskii vibaya pic.twitter.com/TIW3gctPw4
— Sakaja (@SakajaJohnson) September 10, 2020
Raila Odinga in Taita Taveta
ARE POLITICAL RALLIES FINALLY HERE?
Raila Odinga visited Taita Taveta County. The former Premier is expected to hold a series of meetings in Coastal region. Raila says, "The mood for change remains real here."#TV47News
PHOTO: @RailaOdinga pic.twitter.com/dZMk2Si3Dg
— TV47 Kenya (@tv47ke) September 9, 2020
DP Ruto rally in Kisii
Leaders are duty-bound to work together, serve the people with diligence, inspire co-existence and inclusion. They must shun using youths to cause any form of disharmony in the society. pic.twitter.com/75dPi3fc6J
— William Samoei Ruto, PhD (@WilliamsRuto) September 10, 2020