President Uhuru Kenyatta has jokingly reported that his Government doesn't intend to do away with the current Dusk to dawn curfew restriction that has been in place for a period of not less than one and half years.
Speaking during his latest address when he visited the Kenya Defence Forces in Kahawa barracks, the head of state reported that it's now evident and clear that the current curfew has yielded positive results following an increase in the number of newborns.
"Vile nimeona leo hapa Kahawa, inaonekana hii curfew lazima iendelee. Watoto mumejaza hapa jameni, ni wengi. Wacha hii curfew iendelee. Tunataka Kenya iendelee kukuwa namna hiyo. Mungu awabariki wote," Uhuru Said.
Meanwhile, President Uhuru Kenyatta's message to the KDF officers comes hours after he landed from the United States of America where he held several talks with the USA Government.
Reacting to his message, Kenyans have expressed mixed feelings. While some Supported his message others have accused him of fueling poverty amidst the ongoing economic crisis in the nation.
Below are some of the reactions:
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