President Uhuru has done all that he can in order to make sure that Kenyans are safe from being infected by coronavirus. He decided to put curfew in order to ensure that the virus doesn't spread among Kenyans. This is because, Kenyans tend to crowd at one place and this could easily put the country at a high risk.
This has been on for a long time now and kenyans are hoping that the president may change his mind so that the economy can grow. Senator Milicent Omanga has pleaded with the president and challenged him to remove the curfew.
On her post she wrote, "Remove the curfew Mr. President!"
Here are some of the comments:
Respindoe: Yeah curfew should be removed becoz, hata hii kuruka fence daily pia inachokesha!
Jessica: But Mhesh, you've been out after curfew hours!! https://t.co/Mu0tANRtFB
Idriss: It is lifting not removing,you cannot adress the president using wrong grammar😂😂🚮.
More: One of the very few things that I agree with ypu.
Tejau: @MillicentOmanga only relay on Twitter thread since their spokeperson Oleitumbi went in hiding
Kwambokw: To be a leader like moses is good thing and hard thing. Few shall choose moses way of leadership,perserance,Christian,loving,admirable,couragous,obedient despite Israelites severe challenges,God was in control but not Moses, those who troubled moses were consumed with firedeath
Young: Curfew haina maana hakuna corona kenya .....the country should be declared free from the virus ......stop lying to us there is no corona in kenya .....leave us tufanye kazi zetu #toacurfew
Emyr: Don't politicize that madam boss, even that one makes your master happy? I wonder what leadership will he bring to this country
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