After a long period of suffering, President Uhuru Kenyatta yesterday revised the covid-19 measures most so in five counties that is Nairobi, Nakuru, Machakos, Kajiado and Kiambu counties where Strict covid-19 measures and protocols were imposed following the rise in covid-19 cases.
The president uplifted the cessation of movement and reduced curfew hours in the above mentioned counties.He also allowed bars, restaurants, cafes, hotels and churches to operate but under Strict rules.
However,the president extended the ban on Political gathering
which he stated that should stop until further directions given.This order might affect BBI bill in the following ways.When the bill qualifies for referendum, public rallies will be necessary for campaigns to sell the BBI bill manifestos to citizens.
Therefore if the ban on Political gatherings and rallies may be extended for long,the Building Bridges Initiative process might suffer a big blow.
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