Speaking today in statehouse president Uhuru Kenyatta has banned movement into and outside Nairobi. The president reiterated how Covid-19 has impacted on the lives of Kenyans. The president is saddened by act of Kenyans failure to Covid-19 measures.
The ban in travelling into and outside Nairobi has been banned by President Uhuru Kenyatta effective today midnight. This clearly demonstrates that Covid-19 has increased to worrying levels as has been demonstrated by the increase in the number of Covid-19 cases in the country.
President Uhuru Kenyatta confirmed that its not his willing to put those measures but medical experts who have compelled him to act. Curfew has also been put starting at 8.00 PM. This clearly means that Covid-19 has impacted negatively on the lives of Kenyans.
Therefore president Uhuru Kenyatta has warned anybody who breaks the law that he will face justice. Clearly the country has experienced Covid-19 surge that has led to death of people more than ever before.
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