Kenyans are in a confused mood tonight ahead of the 6th of June a date which President Uhuru Kenyatta hinted at the reopening of the economy.
Curfews, ban on gatherings and Cessation of movement were some of the stringent measures put in place by the Government to curb the spread of the virus.
Speculations are rife that President Kenyatta will reopen the nation on Saturday 6th June which is tomorrow.
Kenya is yet to flatten the COVID-19 curve with the cases on high spike, with 2640 people infected and 80 deaths reported.
The Govt is stuck in a dilemma of whether to reopen the already wounded economy or to contain the spread of the virus by extending the measures for more days.
The country has been on partial lock down for almost two month now with most sectors affected with the measures put in place.
Kenyans have shown their anguish ahead of tomorrow as they hope President Uhuru Kenyatta will reopen the economy once again.
See the reactions of the Netizens ahead of the Big announcement tomorrow:
Star_xq: June 6th Haiya! Wakenya tomorrow is our second freedom day if our President will make it come true. Yaani we have been indoors sana enough is enough. Please please our President make it come true kesho.
Muyale PHD: It will be a time like this tomorrow, you will be in your room watching Maria by force since you cant kill the government for disappointing your poor heart.
Mwende Vibes: The rate at which mash poa is tweeting unaezadhani they had a confirmation from uhuru that lockdown will be lifted. Relax and hear from President first
The Thinker: As we wait for disappointment on June 6th Who else has realised that a day prior or 2 days before president Uhuru Kenyatta addresses the nation on curfew and session fate COVID-19 KE cases increase to an all time high of the week? Just look at today's scenario.
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