Vaa Gumboots, KEMRI reveals the reasons behind Nairobi super gonorrhea influx, Sonko warns users

Mike Sonko on Nairobi STI

 

A report has surfaced indicating that the city of Nairobi is experiencing an epidemic of super gonorrhea.


 

In response to this claim, the city's residents have been warned by the former governor Mike Sonko and the former senator-nominee Millicent Omanga.
 

 

On January 12, 2022, the Star newspaper was the first to disclose the outbreak of the STD in the nation's capital. The Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI) had done a study that led to the announcement.


 

According to the research published by KEMRI, the drug-resistant strain of gonorrhea was identified in a sample that was obtained from 24 s£x workers in Nairobi in the previous year.
 

 

According to KEMRI researcher Amina Abdullahi, who was responsible for making the finding, the majority of the ill women did not even show the clinical signs of gonorrhea.
 

Soko ni chafu sana

 

According to the findings of the researchers at KEMRI, those who have the condition don't often display any clinical indications or symptoms.
 

They also said that the condition is immune to the medications that are typically used to treat it.
 

Amina Abdullahi was cited as claiming that the findings demonstrated total resistance to all of the antimicrobials.
 

According to the data, the workers seem to be the most likely carriers of the super gonorrhea virus. 

 

The researchers contend that call girls place a disproportionate amount of emphasis on HIV prevention, to the exclusion of other STIs that might have an equivalent impact on their lives.
 

After it was said that super gonorrhea was in the city of Nairobi, Mike Sonko, the former governor of Nairobi, and Millicent Omanga, the former nominated senator, were eager to warn the people who lived there.
 

"Soko ni chafu, gumboots zivaliwe," Mike Sonko tweeted.

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