Kenyan have expressed their disatifaction online after the president has banned the political gathering for sixty days. This is among a number of restrictions that he has made today including extension of curfew for another sixty days too. However in western region where the incidences of the Covid-19 pandemic are high more tougher restrictions are put in place, on a positive note he has clarified that more people will be vaccinatedThe Bann of Political parties gatherings is the one that has really infuriated kenyans who felt that he has really contributed to the increase in cases that we are witnessing in Kisumu. Some also claims that the Naivasha events will also deliver the outcomes soon. But majority of kenyans are urguing that he is after his deputy William Ruto who is doing wonder politically by moving crowds in his UDA wagon. For instance Demmy said "2022 is a revolution that cannot be stopped, not by either curfew or BBI"Kenyan are eagerly waiting to hear from the politicians themselves especially those campaigning for various candidates in Kiambaa by-election.
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