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Government Opens Up After National Police Orders Bars Closed Strictly at 7 Pm, Deliver Good News

The government has opened up after the recent orders issued by the National Police Service on the closure of bars delivering good news to Kenyans.

On Wednesday during the Mashujaa Day Celebration, President Uhuru Kenyatta made an order informing that the Curfew has been lifted and that the country is now open to operate fully however not outlining on matters the operation of bars.

Immediately after the President's Order, the National Police Service took to the media a statement clarifying that despite the curfew being lifted the bars were still restricted and that they should all be closed by 7 pm.

"Following the vacation of the COVID associated curfew by H.E the President during MASHUJAA Day speech, existing measures on the closure of bars by 7.00 pm remain in place for now. Enforcement of violation of this measure to continue," NPS said.

What seemed like confusion has drawn the attention of the government with Cyrus Oguna informing that the state will be issuing a clarity on the same today at 3 pm.

The government spokesperson has said that the Ministry of Health CS Mutahi Kagwe will be holding a press conference where he will give a clear elaboration.

"Government to clarify on bar operations amid confusion after President Uhuru lifts curfew, Government Spokesperson Cyrus Oguna says Health CS Mutahi Kagwe to make the announcement at 3 pm today," read the report.

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