‘I will rather sleep and talk to First Lady Margaret Kenyatta than keeping up with the social media platform. I also left Twitter as it was only full of abuses,’ the head of state said amid laughter from the attendees.
The medic noted that already 17 people have succumbed to the disease while 37 health workers are among the people reported to have been infected.
Kinoti’s remarks also received condemnation from a section of leaders across the political divide who also accused him of wanting to take back the country to dark days.
The head of state said that the launch was a proud moment for the country’s democratic system of government, which holds that Kenya is a nation of equal citizens striving for the betterment of families, communities and country.
It should be noted that no peace and reconciliation can be realized in the absence of truth and justice. As such, the victims of Kenya’s worst post-poll chaos that left more than 1,200 people dead and led to destruction of properties worth billions of shillings had made the right step in calling on DCI to help them pursue restorative justice.