Few days ago president Uhuru Kenyatta lifted curfew rules and regulations and allowed all Kenyans citizens to conduct their businesses without any fear of being arrested by police due to curfews rules and regulations.
The head of state also urged Kenyans citizens to adhere to the protocols issued by the Ministry of health on controlling covid 19 and these includes, maintaining social distance, wearing of face masks, sanitizing, washing hands using running water, being vaccinated among others.
According to the news briefing report aired by Taifa leo Kenya, police officers in Kenya faced a big blow after president Uhuru Kenyatta lifted up nationwide curfew that has been in force more than a year. That nation media published that, police officers in Kenya are sleeping without food after nationwide curfew was uplifted.
Kenyans on social media have sparked reactions concerning that briefing report whereby some section of them have urged that media platform to respect police officers because they don't depend on bribes from Kenyans.
Here are some of the reactions among Kenyans netizens,
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