National Police Service Commission Makes the Following Announcement Regarding Covid-19
By Felixotoro | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 6144 views
Kenya reported the first positive case of corona virus in March last year. The government through the ministry of health that is under the leadership of Mutahi Kagwe announced the containment measures such as washing hands, maintaining social distance and wearing of face masks.
The National Police Service Commission that is under the leadership of Inspector General Mr. Hillary Mutyambai has announced that serious legal action will be taken against the citizens who will not adhere to the Covid-19 containment measures.
Mutyambai who was speaking today, said that the police officers will be deployed across the country to arrest the covid-19 defaulters such as those who don't adhere to the curfew rules and citizens who will not be wearing face masks.
In conclusion, Mutyambai sentiments come after the country has witnessed many political rallies that are led by top government lawmakers. Politicians will now be required to apply for the permit two weeks prior to the political rallies.
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