A letter shared by Government Spokesperson Cyrus Oguna now alleged that Government is planning for school resumptions on May, this comes one month after president Uhuru Kenyatta ordered closure of all learning institutions including colleges as a way of fighting the spread of Covid-19."As we plan for resumption to class for other students in May, we must go forth, as a people, courageously appreciating that every dark cloud always has a silver lining." Reads the last part of the letter. He also assured 2020 candidates that their results will be announced in couple of weeks. He also thanks every kenyans for ensuring that the last month went well even in the middle of Covid-19 pandemic.
Kenyans are urged to observe all Covid-19 measures in order to curb the spread of the deadly so that country can be fully unlocked. These measures includes washing hands, maintaining social distance and observing curfew orders.
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