Yesterday the country received a reprieve after president Uhuru Kenyatta lifted the cessation of movement and relaxation of covid-19 rules in the Covid-19 Zoned Areas. He also extended the curfew time from 8pm to 10pm. During the Labour Day celebration at the Statehouse, the president issued the statement citing that this decision comes after a decrease in the covid-19 cases.
The various sectors that received a reprieve also were the sports sector in which the president advised them to operate under strict measures of the Ministry of Health. The service industry like hotels and eateries also were allowed to operate. Schools Also are expected to reopen according to the Calendar issued by the Ministry of Education.
But in my considered opinion I believe there is another reason behind the lifting of the cessation of movement and relaxation of the Covid-19 rules. I strongly believe that the opening of the country was to allow for the BBI campaigns and referendum to happen earliest June or July. I don't know what you think but that's my take. Leave your response below if you think otherwise. Remember to click the follow button.
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