His Excellency the President of Kenya Uhuru Mwigai Kenyatta ordered the treasury to utilize Ksh2 million to the emergency kit of already recovered corruption proceeds.
The donation is to be made via A/C 2042554653, Aps Bank Kenya PLC. Therefore, all well-wishers and good-hearted people are requested to donate whatever they have into that account since it will support the vulnerable groups during this hard time of battling the virus.
Speaking in an interview, the Mombasa Governor, Ali Hassan Joho revealed that the donation is in the form of a package comprised of water, food, medical stuff. “We are donating foods to the vulnerable groups in the county in each household,” Joho added.
Nevertheless, according to research conducted by infotrak, 65 per cent of Kenyans need total lockdown, while 35 per cent does not need lockdown. Movement restrictions similar to those announced by the president Kenyatta yesterday and begun on April 7, will kick off in Mombasa on Wednesday, April 9 in Mombasa county.
Hassan Joho, popularly known as ‘001’, said that people ought to follow the laid measures geared toward combating the disease. “People are stubborn, defying the strict measures put across by the authority pertaining the combating of the COVID-19 crisis is not good,” expressed the Mombasa County boss.