Just after the first covid-19 case was reported last year on march, that's when the problems for many of Kenyans begun. Several sectors were severely affected by the covid-19 pandemic that led to many people losing their jobs and closure of many individual owned schools (private), businesses, and some industries.
Many people like Kenneth Mukalo, who was working in a hotel, lost his job and was living in rentals were much affected since the landlord could not bear with the situation and decided to throw out Kenneth's property because he is not able to pay the rent.
There are several who were working in the hospitality industry like Kenneth that are left in dilema not knowing where to go. So you are urged to assist your neighbor who you know that has been affected by the pandemic in any way, as we continue to adhere to MoH Regulations. Kenneth has been lamenting on twitter platform for the hotel management to pay hotelier their salaries so that they can pay his rent and school fees for the children. He also pleads president kenyatta to hear their cry and help them if possible.
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