High court suspend government plans to deny services to the unvaccinated

High Court judge Antony Mrima has issued conservatory orders, suspending directives to bar unvaccinated Kenyans access to gov’t services from 21 December.

Justice Mrima issued the conservatory order in the matter lodged by city Lawyer Harrison Kinyanjui, pending the hearing and determination of the petition.

The order was granted following an application by Enock Aura who claimed that the government of Kenya has entered into highly secretive agreements with international pharmaceutical companies for the sale of the covid-19 vaccines. 

Aura said CS Health Mutahi Kagwe is privy the  information and has also failed to disclose to Kenyans the very contents in the syringes of such ‘covid-19 vaccines’.

On November 21, CS Kagwe issued directives to effect that everybody seeking in person government services should be fully vaccinated and proof of vaccination availed by December 21.

Such services include and not limited to KRA services, Education, Immigration services, Hospital and Prison Visitations, NTSA and port services among others.

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