- — chiefogidi (@chiefogidi)Wed, Jun 25 2014 18:44:03chasing children around like chicken!! @Chiefatinda: This anti-polio vaccination drama in Kavonokya is just embarassing. Where is the ar ...
- — Pasta Muthee (@ndungata)Wed, Jun 25 2014 18:45:42APs chasing Kavonokya sect members' kids like antelopes in kitui to administer polio vaccine. Kinaya ni kwamba... http://fb.me/6I3V2im5l
- — Gîkûyû wa Mûrang'a (@ggmartins07)Wed, Jun 25 2014 17:56:49@citizentvkenya Govt should set up an athletics centre in that Kavonokia area with the kind of talent those kids running away have shown
- — John Njogu Njoroge (@njoguwanjoroge)Thu, Jun 26 2014 03:57:47
- — Munene Martin (@munenemartin5)Thu, Jun 26 2014 08:11:34Drama as Kavonokya Sect Members Resist the ongoing Polio Vaccination. make sure that ur kid under 5yrs gets the vaccine,
- — Gitunguu wa Nguru (@josonion)Tue, Jun 24 2014 07:24:23@MatemoMaEmbu For this reason I say growing old is inevitable, but growing up is optional. Which faith is this for the kavonokia's?
RIGHT TO KNOW VS RIGHT TO ABSOLUTE PRIVACY
Some religious sects in Kenya forbid their members from partaking of modern-day medicine. And when it's time, especially, for their children to get mandatory vaccinations, there's usually so much drama on TV. But is the media right in covering such stories? It's a delicate balancing act.
byALBERT GACHIRI1,005 Views