CS Kagwe dismisses Covid vaccine rumours, explains how you can still impregnate a woman

It appears Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe has decided to fight fire with fire. Adopting an unusually sexually graphic tone, the former Nyeri Senator decided to confront the outrageous rumour that the Covid-19 vaccine might render someone unable to sire children using a narrative of his own that was just as equally outrageous. The CS who has gained prominence in the recent past for amusing sound-bites such as ”Covid will treat us abnormally” and “I can gerrit, you can gerrii” made the dramatic remarks while on a tour in Naivasha for a vaccination drive.

While opening a Covid vaccination campaign in Naivasha that is intended to target mainly prisoners, the CS rubbished claims doing rounds that the Covid-19 vaccine is laced with chemicals that sterilise the recipient, making him or her impotent. He said that he is sufficient proof someone can still impregnate a woman even after acquiring the vaccine. Interrupting his foul-mouthed speech with a devilish laugh, he proceeded to declare that he wouldn’t entertain any questions on how he was able to empirically prove that he could still sire children. He said that this was his secret.
It was also revealed that the country will disburse 100,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccines to its prisons as it began a five-day special vaccination drive.

Kagwe said the government is targeting to vaccinate over 50,000 prisoners at the country’s 133 correctional facilities.

“We are happy to contribute to a return to normalcy for inmates. They should be treated as other Kenyans,” he added.

Meanwhile, the country received 210,000 doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine from the US.
So far, over 3.66 million doses have been administered. But just about 2% of the country’s 53 million people are fully vaccinated. The government is targeting to inoculate at least 10 million people by December. With the end goal still to acquire herd immunity and completely crush the pandemic, the vaccination of huge numbers remains a top priority.

With 255 new cases, the total number of cases reached 248,770, including 5,116 related deaths.

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