With Implementation of the curfew orders the police has deviced new ways to restrain people from moving past 8 PM. People complained of how traffic jam forced them to spend night in the cold as roadblocks were erected. Police seem to have changed tactics and now Nairobians are a happy people.
The removal of the roadblocks has initiated a new phase of implementation style. Police were seen on the busy Nairobi roads urging motorists to keep moving as they controlled traffic. Past the curfew hour, Nairobi roads were still busy yesterday night with police giving updates on how congestion could be controlled.
This is good news to the people as police seem to have streamlined the roads with traffic flow. In the past one week many accidents were witnessed with motorists overspeeding not to be locked on roads. The police help was appreciated by motorists who have cogratulated the police for good work. The unity between motorists and police will end congestion and promote good relationship between the people and police. To limit the spread of the corona virus, each persons contribution is key and the above incident is a huge milestone towards fighting the unseen enemy.
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