Uhuru driven in a car with number plates upside down: President Uhuru Kenyatta today addressed the state concerning the new outbreak of the feared infection.
“We have received confirmation of two more cases of the coronavirus. The two have tested positive as a result of coming into contact with the first patient. Our health officials have already moved them into the KNH isolation facility,” he noted.
The president also ordered the closure of all boarding schools during his state address. This is to help stop more infections. Day schools shall however continue operations.
“I want to assure all Kenyans that the government will ensure that any patient who has come into contact with this disease will be given full support to ensure that they are able to recover,” said Uhuru
The president has also urged Kenyans to use cashless modes of payment while transacting to help control the disease from spreading further.
What however stood out in his speech is the fact that he was captured being driven in a state vehicle with number plates placed upside down.
Kenyans on twitter have hilariously commented on the photo others noting the governance of the country is in the same state as the number plate.