The country has been under strict regulations from the time Corona virus was announced in our country a year plus ago. It has been a matter of going through valleys and mountains to achieve survival.
Among those who were majorly hit were the entertainers, The pandemic had rose seriously for the past few weeks which led to counties like Nairobi, Machakos, Kiambu, Kajiado regulations revised which affected people's way of life deeply. This is what led to Melody maker Khalighraph Jones to cry to the leaders like His Excellency William Ruto to have Mercy and remove the regulations.
Today being the day of labour day celebrations, the president has removed the regulations he had put across in the four counties. Khalighraph Jones was delighted with the presidents move and went on to his Instagram and claimed that those were the fruits of his meeting with the Deputy president William Ruto.
Netizens Applauded Khalighraph Jones and Saud that all they have for him is gratitude.
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