Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe has rejected alligations made against his son’s alleged disregard of government guidelines on Covid-19 by stating that all his sons are adults and as such are responsible for their own actions.
The undated photograph that was shared broadly on Twitter indicated a man who resembled Kahu$h, the CS’s child, posturing for photographs with three others who were supporting beverages on their hands.
Out of sight, a few others could be found in what resembled a gathering. A container of a mixed scotch whisky-Ballantines-lay close by.
Some bloggers like Robert Alai took the issue on social media
Tending to the country from Kisumu, CS Kagwe clarified that his child is of legitimate age and in this way not answerwable to him.
“On the issue of video footage showing my son at a party, I do not have a son under 18 in my house, meaning they are adults, you can follow them and ask them,” he said.
Simultaneously, CS Kagwe said he was not wanting to leave notwithstanding calls from a segment of Kenyans among them Kimilili MP Didmus Barasa.
“The issue of individuals requesting that I leave is unrealistic fantasy. They can keep on dreaming on,” he included.
He was discussing Kenya Medical Supplies Authority (Kemsa) misfortunes after cases that few individuals had stashed billions from the acquisition of COVID-19 supplies.
The continuous examinations concerning the issue have it that the Authority secured N95 (1860) covers at Ksh1,300 against the market cost of Ksh700 per veil.
In July, Kemsa manager John Manjari Kemsa showed up before the Senate Health Committee on claims the position had secured Personal Protective Equipment at Ksh. 9,000 against the Ksh.4,500 advertise cost.