Nairobi residents tonight find themself in a tough spot as the government tightened the noose around Nairobi. Thousands of cars are now stuck in traffic as road blocks have been mounted all over strategic roads.
Diana Marua is one such motorist. A video circulating the internet shows her stuck in traffic together with other residents of Nairobi.
Popular blogger Cyprian Nyakundi posted her video. In his official page he wrote: "Diana Marua who has shunned joining social justice movements like #UnlockOurCountry as she protects her non-existent brand, is amongst those caught up in the illegal curfew. #AriseKenyans https://t.co/dLW97sesYd"
Many kenyans have taken to social media to voice their displeasure over this measures. Some of their comments below.
Ma3Route wrote: "22:13 Langata road is a parking lot. The police have decide to close both sides. Even emergency services don't have access #UnlockOurCountry https://t.co/K1YQUJCrj8 via @CisNyakundi"
Eddie Butita: "Thika road Situation after 8pm Curfew https://t.co/lAlk8ldR3x"
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