On Saturday night police officers along some major roads locked down some major highways.
This left thousands of Kenyans who were using the roads stranded with chaos Erupting in some roads.
After a serious stand-off and viral public outcry, the roads were opened up and all trapped motorists were allowed to go home.
Sources indicated that the move was done to curb curfew violations across the country.
However, Nairobi and 5 other counties have been marked as red zoned areas with a worrying number of Covid-19 cases.
Kenyans from all walks of life have been struggling to sustain their lives as the economy suffers badly.
In a video uploaded by Cyprian Nyakundi, a group of Kenyans was spotted running for their lives after police lobbed teargas at some innocent Kenyans on foot.
There has been an emphasis on a huge number of Kenyans breaking the set covid guidelines and regulations.
Kenyans have however been calling for the government to ease on the set covid guidelines more over the curfew.
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