President Uhuru Kenyatta is alleged to be planning to reopen the country soon alongside the Former Prime Minister Raila Amollo Odinga after Jubilee Party Vice-Chairman took to the Nation publication to allege that the meeting of the duo was scheduled to happen to discuss over the same.
On Sunday, April 11, 2021 the Nation publication confirmed that in a move to stable the Building Bridge Initiative (BBI) Report ahead of the looming 2022 general elections by both the Jubilee and ODM-allied members, there are also reports of possible discussion on when the country should be reopened.
Murathe told the publication that he heard plans to discuss about the same, adding that, the meeting has not been called to order yet but said there are plans for the same.
“I heard about it (the meeting) also but I don’t think it gas happened yet,” Murathe told the aforementioned publication.
A couple of days ago, the head of state took the public by surprise when he ordered the closure of all activities in the country amid the looming spike in the numbers of Covid-19 cases in the country, a move that was meant to help curb further spread amongst Kenyans.
The head of state ordered the closure of Mombasa, Nakuru, Kajiado, Nairobi and Machakos counties after the medics identified the region as hotspot for the novel Covid-19, a move that sparked up mixed reactions from both common Kenyans and political figures who asked the head of state to consider pull it down.
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