Police in Nakuru Central business District are making arrests.
The law-enforcing team from today morning has been making arrest to those not following up on the covid-19 rules enacted by the world health organisation.
According to authorities, many people mostly in the matatu industry are carrying more passengers learn as directed by the transport ministry. They have arrested a bus at the Kingdom seekers matatu terminal which was carrying 40 individuals instead of 18.
The ocpd who was on the ground has warned that anyone caught in a public service vehicle that has an excess number of passengers they will all be arrested.
This has come up as a result of the Corona wave being experienced all over the country that led to the president issuing strict measures that will help to curb the menace.
We do hope that the everyone in the country and mostly those in Nakuru County will adhere to the set rules as we hope that the virus will disappear soon.
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