Curfew time is however making everyone in Kenya to be on the rush and ensure that he or she is in at home before the time lapses. Some have ended up missing commuter vehicles if caught in the stage past the curfew time.
Many city residents have been seen this evening waiting anxiously for vehicles to ferry them home at Kencom and Ronald Ngala bus stops in Nairobi. They are masked up to ensure that they follow the covid-19 protocols.
Kenyan's are hoping that the President will open the economy soon to ensure activities take place without much interruptions. To make this achievable, each and everyone should be responsible to the disease by ensuring that he or she keeps social distance, wear mask and keep sanitizing.
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