A Tanga Tanga lawmaker who had self-isolated himself after coming from an international trip, has completed his 14 days of self-quarantine.
The Kericho senator Aaron Cheruiyot, who is allied to Jubilee’s Tanga Tanga faction, isolated himself after jetting into the country from London.
Cheruiyot on March 18 via his twitter account said he was self-quarantining at home, a fortnight after visiting the Emirates Stadium in London.
On Tuesday March 24, 2020, Cheruiyot through his twitter account again, announced that he had completed his 14 days of self-quarantine without any issue.
He said he woke up with his heart filled with joy as he completed his 14th day with no issue.
The lawmaker noted that it is a tough season for every human being, urging people to be vigilant, observe health rules, pray, remain hopeful.
He notes that when people come together in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, the fight shall be won.
“Woke up with a heart filled with joy. Cleared the 14th day with no issue. It’s a tough season for every human being.Let us be vigilant, observe the health rules, pray, remain hopeful & together we shall most definetly win,” he posted.
Cheruiyot was in attendance at the Arsenal stadium in London when coach Mikel Arteta’s side beat West Ham 1-0 in an English Premier League match on March 7.
He later posted a photo of himself at the 60,000-seater stadium and even lauded French striker Alexandre Lacazette who scored the lone goal.
Soon after, Arteta tested positive for coronavirus and the club postponed two league matches against Manchester City and Brighton before the league cancelled all fixtures in the competition altogether.
As a measure to contain the COVID-19, the government announced that all Kenyans returning home from overseas trip must self-quarantine for 14 days.
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