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Kenyans Doubt Bishop Margaret Wanjiru’s Covid-19 Recovery

Kenyans on social media are not satisfied any bit after the recovery of Bishop Margret Wanjiru who was reported to have contracted the Covid-19 virus just a week ago.

The politician cum cleric was admitted to the ICU in Aga Khan Hospital after being diagnosed with the deadly virus, rumors pointing at a prayer convention she held as the source of her ailment. She however denied having held any prayer session.

The news of her condition was received with gloom Kenyans praying for her quick recovery.

On Saturday, May 30, the former Starehe legislator was announced to have fully recovered, baffling Kenyans who had expected her prolonged hospitalization as has been the case with those found to be Covid-19 positive.

Recounting on how she contracted the virus, Bishop Wanjiru said she had not been out to intermingle but still had the virus. She had taken herself to the hospital to seek treatment after developing stomach problems unsuspecting of being positive with Corona.

Along the stomach treatment course is when she was subjected to Covid-19 tests in which she was found to have the virus. She was immediately taken to the ICU and put in Oxygen, medics working tirelessly to salvage her from the imminent danger.

Exactly a week now into her admission to hospital, the Jesus is Alive Ministries cleric has been declared free of Covid-19 but Kenyans can’t take how the events have happened.

She was seen addressing a presser with so much energy a section of Kenyans wondering how one from an ICU can exude such kind of energy, leave alone the period of her hospitalization being that short to undergo treatment and a series of confirmatory tests before being declared to have fully been healed from a virus like corona.

They have taken to Twitter to cast their skepticism, having a feeling of the government coming up with another scheme to play PR as it continues to receive backlash on how it has handled the pandemic since its advent in March.

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Kai Eli

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