Catholic doctor Stephen Karanja who also doubles as the chairman of the Kenya Catholic Doctors Association (KCDA) has succumbed to Covid-19.
At the beginning of March, Dr. Stephen Karanja made news when he vehemently opposed the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccines and even urged Kenyans not to take the vaccines against the disease.
Mr. Karanja termed the jab as unnecessary on the day president Uhuru Kenyatta flagged off a consignment of the same through a statement.
“It seems there is something Bill Gates has invested in that it requires the whole world to be vaccinated. What that investment is remains the million dollar question.” He posed.
According to Doctor Karanja, the Covid-19 virus could simply be conquered by steaming of symptomatic patients, wearing face masks and observing 10 to 14 days isolation period. As a result, he called upon all faith based organizations to join him in his anti-vaccine campaign.
He further urged president Uhuru Kenyatta to bring to a halt the distribution of the imported AstraZeneca vaccines.
In the meantime, Sonko News recently reported that politician Ibrahim Ahmed Jonny died after allegedly developing complications from taking the Sputnik vaccine just a few days ago.
The news of his demise was confirmed through social media by Simon Mbugua , Member of Parliament For East Africa Legislative Assembly (EALA).
According to reports, Ahmed died at the Coptic hospital in Nairobi where he was rushed to in the backdrop of developing complications.