A number Members of Law makers have come out to dispel a list doing rounds in social media platforms showing those who tested positive for the dreaded covid-19 disease. First to come out was ubilee Nominated Senator Millicent Omanga, who gave an update on her ststatus, this morning. “I am safe and sound at home. Ignore the rumours circulating,” sais hon. Omanga.
The unverified list of seventeen Legislators said to have tested positive for Covid-19 has been making rounds in the media.
“I took a voluntary COVID-19 test on Fiiday last week. The result was directly conveyed to me in person by a doctor. Tested Negative. It is my civic duty to continue complying with guidelines. It’s not a matter of choice. At the same time parliament cannot abdicate. Chew gum and walk,” said Siaya Senator James Orengo. The Senator went on to post his Covid-19 test results (shown below).
“As a nation and a people we are in this together and must confront COVID-19 as an army. Fear of the virus should not be turned into stigma but into a resolve to fight the pandemic. Count me in the army,” he added.
Other Legislators who have gone public about their Covid-19 status include:
- Hon. Caleb Amisi, MP Saboti Constituency:
Kibra Mp, Imran Okoth, has also joined the bandwagon of law makers who have gone public on their Covid-19 status. “Please ignore any list doing rounds out there. May the Almighty God continue guiding us in the right path,” he wrote. He went ahead to post his results;
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