People from some parts of western Kenya and Nyanza region are going through hard time. This because of increased number of covid-19 which forced the president to increase the curfew hours for the people near kisumu county and Kakamega county was one of them.
Many people do depend on daily jobs for a living especially those who sell at the market. Most of then do operate upto 9 at night and curfew hours goes upto 7 which is affecting their business.
This incident has forced a lady from Kawangware who us trying to survive in Kakgamega to send a message to Uhuru Kenyatta. In a video, the lady was recorded telling Uhuru that he has failed the people of Kakamega. The girl who seems to be much distressed with Uhuru Kenyatta regime told him openly that how can people go celebrate in Naivasha for three days yet here in Kakamega they are being told to close business in the name that they are spread Corona. Many were surprised with the girl courage of telling the president what they are going through.
Although, to some people might be good news but for the lady what she was doing isn't right. Instead she should have looked the proper of channelling her grievances instead of seeking public attention which might land her into troubles.
If not, even she might not get assistance she needed. This message then goes directly to with same habit to use a proper way.
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