Double tragedy for Busia County, as leaders remain mum
Covid-19, closing of Uganda border, cholera outbreak adds to the flood crisis in the county.
Hospitals should use this chance to release bodies held for unpaid bills
Leaders know the magnitude of coronavirus and are only shielding us.
State's measures laudable, has vowed to take more drastic ones if necessitated.
Money raised supposed to go towards providing essential items for vulnerable families.
Propensity to save money is stronger among the rich than the poor.
Citizens advised to practise self-hygiene, social distance.
Citizens can no longer shake hands, attend parties or events to show brotherhood.
Majority of Kenyans in inform,al sector, tax waiver not helping them.
People feel connected and abler to handle the situation.
Citizens should be careful not to fill their houses with tissue, nothing else essential.
Directive to close businesses, stay home has prompted alternative ways to make money.
Citizens are still operating business as usual.
State official did not self-isolate after jetting in from Germany.
Kenyans still flooding nightclubs despite directive to avoid public gatherings.
The exponential spread in weeks after the initial report speaks volumes to very heady days
It is cheaper now to wade off disease by investing in the necessary infrastructure