It is believed to be a huge relief for Kenyans after the president Uhuru Kenyatta is likely to lift and revise the covid-19 rules. According to the former prime minister Raila Amollo Odinga, he has urged president Uhuru Kenyatta to uplift the covid-19 restrictions on the Kenyan people.
This is expected to be a huge relief for Kenyans who believe that if president Uhuru Kenyatta will do do the economy is likely to regain his former glory.
The move by the former prime minister comes after the Nyanza counties were put under lockdown due to surge in covid-19 in the region. This move by the former prime minister is likely to be taken serious by president Uhuru Kenyatta as the duo are in good terms and it seems that the president I'd likely to take his advice seriously.
President Uhuru Kenyatta is likely to make the changes in covid-19 restriction anytime as he might follow the advice from the former prime minister Raila Amollo Odinga.
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