Days after ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi asking the government to lift the curfew for Kenyans his plea has been responded by President Uhuru Kenyatta,speaking in Sagana today the commander in chief claimed that Kenyans have been suffering for quite sometime and he is thinking of lifting the curfew,however he claimed that he will have to listen to his advisors who will give him a way forward in the coming weeks concerning Covid-19 infections,however this is contrary to what Cs of Health Mutahi Kagwe had claimed,in his address to the nation Mutahi claimed that infections are increasing and its good for Kenyans to adhere to Covid-19 rules.
Kenyans on social media have been accusing the government in allowing politicians to campaign yet limiting Kenyans to carry out their daily activities,this has led to a massive protest from social media users who have wanted the curfew to be removed so that they can go back to their normal lives,today comment by President Uhuru Kenyatta is a huge relief to millions of Kenya who have been anticipating the removal of the curfew since mode this year.
Additionally President Uhuru Kenyatta has cautioned Kirinyanga governor Ann Waiguru and Wambui Ngirici against their continued fighting,he told the two leaders that they will only prosper if they start working together.
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