Netizens have been left in surprise after a story of a School girl together with her Guardian who were pictured asking for a lift along the Haile Selassie avenue in Nairobi so as to get home past the 8pm curfew time surfaced online.
According to details shared on the Standard Digital' s Facebook page on Monday night, the girl who was dorn in her school uniform and supposedly from finishing her Kenya Certificate of Secondary school (K.C.S.E) Examinations captured the attention of Netizens who asked the Government to be lenient with students coming from school when enforcing the curfew rules or provide transport means for students who may be travelling long distances across the country and may arrive late to their destinations.
Below are Reactions from Netizens on the post.
"I hope they were given that lift because that surrounding doesn't look any safe for those two." A comment read.
"Magoha said they had facilitated students movement across the roads and counties this is shameful to our country. " a comment read.
"In desperate situations ,8pm is not logical at all.hope they managed to get home." A comment read.
"Students coming from school should be exempted with their parent's..the police should use their vehicles to ferry them home.utumishi kwa wote is the motto. " a comment read.
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