Since the midst of of March, the economic progress of Kenya has been facing several ups and downs. This is a situation they traced back all the way to the rules that were put across to control the spread of the novel coronavirus pandemic. This is a situation that literally made life for most of the hustlers as they could no longer run their hustles as usual. It's after matters got worse with time as the curfew thing came on the rise. It made people to minimize on the working hours as they were always forced to go back home early.
Due this, it's a situation that the nation is taking long to recover from and catch up with everything. Unfortunately, it partially came to the attention that the lower class citizens were the ones suffering further as the powerful accumulated more riches from this. This is something that resulted into the thing of the COVID 19 billionaires. These are definitely people who silently accumulated the pandemic funds for personal benefits.
Speaking on Twitter, Dennis Itumbi has pleased with the president to lift the curfew so that those who run their hustle until late can do it freely. Quoting from his Twitter account, he wrote this.
"Mr. President, Lift the Curfew. Let #HustlerNation go & work. Waiters, Night Guards, DJs, Bouncers, Club Cleaners, Cashiers, Taxis, entertainers such as comedians, dancers & many others are suffering, economically only #CovidBillionares - have benefitted." Dennis Itumbi said.
However, this is something that has triggered sarcastic reply on Twitter, have a look at what people are saying about this.
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