Popular blogger Robert Alai has shed some light on what Kenyans should expect from President Uhuru Kenyatta's national address today, ruling out any possibility of total Lockdown. According to Alai, there is not going to be my form of Lockdown, revealing that Uhuru might only impose border restrictions with the neighbouring country Tanzania, which has been blacklisted by several countries as Covid-19 red zone. Alai has further reminded Kenyans to be cautious by wearing face masks, keeping social distancing and hand sanitisation saying that the COVID-19 Situation in the country is getting worse.
"No lockdown. None. Relax guys but sanitise, wear a mask and stay apart. The situation is BAD. Border restrictions might apply but Uhuru Kenyatta need not make it look like he is kicking Tanzanians when they are mourning. The tone should be moderate," Alai reported. Earlier, former Kiambu County senator Hon William Kabogo hinted at a possible total Lockdown, telling Kenyans to be very careful.
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