President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday 20th October 2021 led the country during the national celebration of this year's Mashujaa Day.
President Uhuru made an announcement concerning the measure that had been in place as far as COVID-19 is concerned bringing an end to the 10PM to 4AM curfew.
However, despite the vacation of curfew by President Uhuru, National Police Service has warned that bars will close by 7PM and enforcement of the measure will continue.
"Following the vacation of the COVID associated curfew by H.E the President during MASHUJAA Day speech, existing measures on closure of bars by 7.00pm remain in place for now. Enforcement of violation of this measure to continue," read a tweet by National Police Service.
The warning by National Police Service has triggered a series of mixed reactions from Kenyans who have stormed the internet to pen various thoughts including;
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