Devolution CS Eugene Wamalwa has called on the police manning the Country borders to curb movement in and out of the Country as a precautionary measure against COVID 19.
The CS says the borders are playing a big role in the increase of corona cases in the Country.
He called on the Narok County security team to be very keen at Oloposimorum border where Tanzania residents move freely to Narok County saying non residents shouldn’t be allowed to enter the Country.
Wamalwa said the recent positive case in Wajir County came from Somalia after some residents went to sell their cattle which has now exposed Wajir to the virus.
The CS was speaking at St Joseph Catholic Nairegia Nkare where he donated food to flood victim from Narok East saying the Government will continue supporting those affected by floods.
Wamalwa was accompanied by Environment CS Keriako Tobiko and the two leaders urged politicians to keep off the 2022 succession politics and instead deliver their 2017 pledges.
Tobiko said leaders must unite and help those affected by floods and COVID 19 saying this is not the time to start campaigning for 2022.
He also called on Kenyans to plant as many trees as possible saying the climates change we are experiencing are because of destruction to our environment.
His sentiments were echoed by Wamalwa who said there is need for lasting solutions towards the floods menace.
4 people have lost their life due to flooding in Narok while another 6000 Families are affected and need help.