Nairobi Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has dispersed containers of cognac to poor people, asserting that it executes coronavirus. 
In any case, Kenya's national government and the beverage creator immediately scolded him for spreading a legend. 
Cognac is a particular kind of liquor, a mixed refreshment created from refined white wine. 
Sonko posted pictures of Hennessy bottles tucked inside nourishment bundles with flour and different staples via web-based networking media this week. 
"We are giving some little jugs of Hennessy in the nourishment packs that we are providing for our kin," 
Sonko said in a video. 
In the video, he wears a face veil and shield. 
He guaranteed WHO research says liquor assumes a significant job in executing the coronavirus. 
LVMH, the world's greatest extravagance products bunch which makes Hennessy cognac, said Sonko wasn't right. 
"The utilization of our image or some other mixed refreshment doesn't secure against the infection," 
Its nearby authorities said. 
LVMH encouraged individuals to follow WHO rules in forestalling COVID-19. 
Among these visits washing hands with cleanser. 
Kenya has 225 affirmed instances of the COVID-19 sickness up until this point. 
The development has been limited to slow the spread. 
Sonko is known for his stout gold adornments, unrehearsed raps and captures.

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