Covid-19 has negatively impacted the life's of many Kenyan's who have been toiling day and night to provide for their families. The effects associated with lockdown, curfew and other strict measures to control the spread of the disease is making many lack peace as they have no where to get the primary necessities. A taxi driver identified as Spex Oliech has pleaded with the president to reopen the country. Spex says that he has to go to work with his baby son since he cannot afford a house help and his wife has to go and look for menial jobs to trying to make the ends meet.
Spex work has been affected due to the orders by the president that people should work from home. Those people working from home are the same people he should be transporting to their offices. He adds by saying that he drives a car that does not belong to him and he has to work harder despite high fuel prices and remit the required income by the end of the week. Not doing so will result to the owner taking back the car and make things for him worse than before.
We pray that God rescue us from this pandemic that has struck all of us. May all be well for all Kenyan's as we request Gorverment to consider solutions to these crying Kenyan's.
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