While addressing the nation during the 15th National Presidential address on Covid-19 pandemic, President Uhuru suspended the operation of bars in the counties of Nairobi, Machakos, Kajiado, Kiambu and Nakuru. This was one of the measures to curb the spread the the corona virus disease in order to flatten the curve. Many Kenyans have been violating some of the containment measures hence putting their lives at risk.
A section of youths in Githurai faced their match after partying gone sour and they were forced to risk it all by jumping from the top of a building to avoid being caught by the police. The phrase 'Survival For The Fittest' was used as others used electric pole adjacent to the building and it was used as an aid for quick landing. Majority of women were in trouble since they are not used to such survival technics where they could see men jumping down from the first floor without getting injured.
The incident created a social media buzz as netizens argued how Kenyans are talented and they are willing to risk their lives to avoid being caught by police. Kenyans online were surprised to see how their friends were jumping like spiderman and this raised concerns to the level of stupidity and ignorance among some people.
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