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Nairobi Police Clarify on Mounting Roadblocks Weekend

On Wednesday,October 20th President Uhuru Kenyatta announced that the nationwide dusk to dawn curfew has been lifted.The news was generally welcomed by a greater part of Kenyans who had perseveringly encouraged the Head of State to modify the time limit guidelines that he had set in March 2020. 

After the news, web-based media emitted with Kenyans uncovering anticipates how they would set out on their celebrating binge. 

Nonetheless, reports coursed via web-based media on Friday, October 22, showing that police would mount road obstructions along significant streets around evening time to implement transit regulations and once again introduce the feared alcoblow. 

Addressing, Nairobi police chief, Augustine Nthumbi questioned the cases however asserted that cops were on guard and would not stop for a second to make a move. 

"We have not yet intended to make a such move yet nobody is halting us. Assuming we need to, we can uphold the law. You know crafted by a cop involves crises and events." 

"It relies upon the individual decision by the officials in order, that we can choose to make any move that we consider significant, any time or night. So it's anything but an absolute necessity we design and report that we have made a such a move," Nthumbi expressed. 

He additionally encouraged Kenyans to keep law and control just as notice Covid-19 regulation measures. 

As of late, Health Cabinet Secretary, Mutahi Kagwe, reported that the conclusion of bars would return to the prior set season of 11 pm or the time permitted by the authorizing specialists. 

This was demystified by Kiambu Bar Owners Association director, Richard Kagiri, who as of late let know that those whose licenses read bar and eatery, would work for 24 hours. He likewise explained that dance club are authorized to open until 2am. 

The declaration flagged basically a door free pass for Kenyans to leave on their wild endeavors and party binges. Nonetheless, suggesting this, Kagwe asked all Kenyans to keep up with harmony and get inoculated. 

"Our allure, hence, is to every one of the people who are qualified for immunization to turn up in inoculation posts. The decreased inspiration rate doesn't imply that the pandemic is finished and that there will be no other wave. Nothing is further from reality," Kagwe expressed.

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