Kenyans Left Fuming After Uhuru's New Stand On Night to Dawn Curfew
By Mandera | self meida writer
Published 16 days ago - 22628 views
Currently, the country and indeed the whole world is still fighting the COVID-19 pandemic that has raged various sectors of the economy ever since the first cases were reported over a year ago.
The government of Kenya has enacted a raft of measures aimed at containing the pandemic with the night to Dawn Curfew being one of those measures. Currently, the curfew in place means that businesses and other sectors of the economy can only operate up to 10PM.
However, president Uhuru Kenyatta has made a new stand over the curfew that has left kenyans reacting massively.
According to Tuko.co.ke newspaper review, the head of state has said that he will consider lifting the night to Dawn Curfew soon and asked kenyans not to lose guard.
This is how kenyans reacted to his latest stand:
Amesha: Akitaka anawezakaa na hiyo curfew hebus just a total letdown to this country.
Brown: Aweke curfew kabisa ju Corona hutembea usiku.
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