Kenya has lost prominent people over the last few weeks to Cancer and had everyone talking. What’s sad, is everyone now is compelling the government to declare it a national disaster but did we have to wait till we lost prominent people just to declare it a disaster?
Mnakuanga wajinga sana shiett sasa juu cancer imeua mps this week mnajifanya ndo imekuwa a killer disease.?! Don’t you guys know countless number of people, in every family, are in bed cos of cancer.?!. Ati awareness.?! Bludyfuckins
— Leta eyedrops macho hazioni 🙈 (@somaligoddess69) July 30, 2019
Cancer has killed many people before including our own family members and we never said a word about it. Our leaders now want to strategize ways to curb the menace after a report that at least 60 legislatures are suffering from the terminal illness. Do you think it’s fair now to declare it a disaster?
The big question remains, couldn’t Kenyans raise an alarm way before?
— Wycliffe sadiki (@SadikiWycliffe) July 29, 2019
Maybe we should curb corruption first before indulging with other issues that affect us.
Biggest cancer in Kenya is corruption, it’s killing and will continue killing millions of Kenyans in the future if we don’t stop it, juu najua sasa government itaset aside pesa na inunue equipments za kutibu cancer then ziibiwe, sasa cancer ni gani?
— Kyule Martin🇰🇪 (@KyuleMartins) July 29, 2019
the day that we as a country set our priorities right WE shall NEVER have those in power CARE for the WANJIKU rather for their stomachs in support of the judiciary and the gorvement…@Crazy_Nairobian
— Young Daddiey (@YDaddiey) July 30, 2019
So many poor kenyans are dying of cancer with political class ignoring them, now it’s them.
— Mutura (@MatrixPress) July 29, 2019
Eeeh true solution ni watu waende screening mapema wajuange mapema treatment ianze mapema hapo kuna chance ya cure.
Imagine the rich with all their money are not surviving it what about normal mwananchi😭😭😭its really sad
— Muthoni👑 (@MuthoniNgenge) July 29, 2019
Haha okay. They have medical covers, private doctors and you think they will act? Y’all delusional
— Old Major 🐜 (@itsKiragu) July 30, 2019
It doesn’t matter the calliper of the people being swallowed by cancer. The number means alot
— Noti 🇰🇪 (@Notivick) July 29, 2019
Some Kenyans were in support of the campaign and agreed that it should be a national disaster.
Your reasoning is skewed. How many people who are not prominent are dying of cancer?
Kenya leads with the number of people visiting India for cancer treatment. This is not a prominent people affair anymore.
— Abala Kinyua 🇰🇪 (@AbalaKinyua) July 29, 2019