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"Party After Party" How Nairobi Looks Like at Night While Kenyans Go Clubbing After Curfew is Lifted

Major towns and cities across the country have gained life again at night following President Uhuru Kenyatta's order to lift the Covid-19 Curfew. The directives by the head of state were welcomed with celebrations by Kenyans. The lifting of the curfew has changed the life in cities and towns, over one year since the curfew was enacted by the government. The curfew has been in place for 18 months.

In Nairobi CBD, people continued with their businesses late at night after the curfew was lifted. This seems to be the biggest thing that President Uhuru Kenyatta offered to Kenyans and which was eagerly anticipated. Lifting of the curfew by President Uhuru Kenyatta has also been welcomed by the transport sector. In Nairobi, vehicles continues to ferry people late at night hours after HE President Uhuru Kenyatta lifted the curfew.

There have also been battles between Kenyans and police officers enforcing curfew but following the new directives, police officers' battle with citizens has come to an end. This gives Kenyans a sense of freedom and relief.

However, President Uhuru Kenyatta told Kenyans to continue taking precautionary measures like wearing masks since the country is yet to be out of Covid-19 wounds. Kenyans are expected to be responsible for observing the Covid-19 containment measures.

In Nakuru town, Kenyans were seen partying in a club at Nakuru CBD despite the directives from the National Police Service that bars and clubs would be closed at 7.00 pm. The residents are seen celebrating while entertaining themselves.

Photos in Nakuru CBD;

Photos in Nairobi CBD;

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