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[VIDEO] "Uhuru Tafadhali Rudisha Curfew" Women Begs President Uhuru To Save Their Marriages

Through a short video clip circulating in social media, a number of women are heard pleading to the President Uhuru Kenyatta to send the nation back to curfew since their husbands are currently not spending nights at home.

The women are heard saying that their husbands used to come back home at around 9pm when the country was under 10pm to 4am curfew period, but suddenly the tone has changed since Uhuru lifted it on Wednesday during the Mashujaa Day.

The desperate ladies seems to be sad and heartbroken that their beloved husbands could be spending quality time during night hours with other ladies, claiming that they don't want to share their spouses.

"Uhuru tafadhali rudisha Curfew, hatuwezi share wanaume"

This is contrary to what other Kenyans were praying for, since the economy of the country was dropping at an alarming rate and people struggling to make ends meet, Uhuru Kenyatta decided to listen to their cries and lifted the curfew.

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