First Lady Margaret Kenyatta angers Kenyans after doing this

NTV’s Larry Madowo sparked off the debate after posting a tweet.

First Lady Margaret Kenyatta at Safaricom Indoor Arena, Kasarani during the Beyond Zero Summit on June 13, 2017.

On June 13, the First Lady hosted the Beyond Zero Summit where she launched “The Elimination of Mother-to-Child Transmission Framework for HIV and Syphilis 2016-2021”.

The framework identifies seven focus areas to catalyse achievement of the pre-elimination targets of mother to child of HIV and Syphilis.

NTV’s Larry Madowo sparked off the debate by tweeting on the event were the HIV mothers were seen at the Safaricom Indoor Arena at Kasarani.

Kenyans later replied to Madowo's tweets expressing their anger and disappointment with the First Lady over what they saw as "parading" and exposing the HIV mothers live on television.

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