Covid-19 virus have affected many sectors in the country. Some people are struggling to get basic needs such as food and shelter. Furthermore, many businesses have been affected since the first case of Covid-19 was confirmed in the country. Also the government introduced new directives to control the spreading of this deadly disease. Curfew was introduced and political rallies were banned.
According to the source, new details have emerge about night curfew. It has been reported that, deputy president William Ruto allies have revealed that, the government should open the economy. Senator Kipchumba Morkomen of Elgeyo Marakwet and others senators have revealed that many poor Kenyans are suffering because of the night curfew that was imposed in the country by the Ministry Of Health. I quote some statement from the source, " it has become more evidence that the common man has suffered the most with jobs and income while a few of rich continue to enrich themselves as a result of the measures imposed by the Ministry of Health to contain the spreading of Covid-19, " Senator Murkumen revealed. These are good news to all Kenyans because the senators are working tirelessly to make sure the economy is fully opened.
This comes in after our president Uhuru Kenyatta introduce new directives in the country to stop spreading of Covid-19 infections.
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