Dagoreti South MP John Kiarie has been summoned by detectives from Kabete Police Station over claims he raised over coronavirus.
The youthful MP took to social media warning Kenyans of tough times following the coronavirus pandemic.
He claimed there are 7,000 cases currently in the country which the government is yet to tell Kenyans and that county governments should deal with effectively.
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“We have 7,000 Kenyans in quarantine who arrived back between Wednesday and Sunday. In Dagoretti South Constituency we are hosting them at Lenana School and Kinyanjui Tech. How they got there and the chaos therein is a story for another day.
Kenya National Government must set up massive Isolation Centres around the country; over 4,000 bed isolation centres in Kasarani, Nyayo and City Stadiums in Nairobi. Over 3,000 bed Isolation centres in Mombasa and similar centres countrywide.
This cannot and must not be left to County governments. Again, even they don’t know yet just how hard this thing is about to hit the Kenya.”
The summon comes barely hours after Health CS Mutahi warned politicians from spreading contradicting information regarding the numbers.
He continued by saying such leaders will not be spared but face the law accordingly.