The vocal senator condemned the blockage by the police terming it as unwarranted. Thousands of motorists and passagers were caught out of time on the Saturday night and were forced to spend the cold night outside their homes.
Omanga further rebuked the act terming it as uncouth, irresponsible and inhumane on the Kenyan citizens.
The senator also blamed the government for holding people captives on the highways just because they were found out past the curfew hours, she urged the government to treat Kenyans with dignity required.
Nairobi is among the five counties placed under strict lockdown due to the increased cases in Kenya and the curfew hours in these counties begin as early as 8pm as compared to the remaining counties in Kenya.
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