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Just In :Government Breaks Silence After National Police Ordered Bars & Clubs To be Closed by 7pm

Government's Spokesperson Cyrus Oguna has called upon all kenyans to make sure they stay calm as they await an announcement that will be made by the Cabinet secretary of Health, Dr Mutahi Kagwe who will set things straight on the operation time of entertainment joints.

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Yesterday, Health Cabinet Secretary, Dr Mutahi Kagwe gave a contradicting report with the National Police Service after he claimed that Kenyans are to be allowed to spend as much time as they want in their preferable places of entertainment.

According to the reports given by Mutahi Kagwe, he said that it was okay for kenyans to enjoy themselves. However, the Kenya National Police Service later refuted this claims giving a contradicting information after it stated that the ban and time limit of bars and clubs operation was going to remain intact.

Expressing their concerns and confusion, kenyans took to their different social media accounts to express their anger and dissatisfactions after these two reports demanding to know what the two teams meant and what kenyans were supposed to do.

This happened a few minutes after President Uhuru Kenyatta lifted the Curfew that had been put in place a year ago. Speaking during Mashujaa day president Uhuru Kenyatta gave Kenyans good news after lifting the Curfew.

However, in the latest developments on the confusion caused by Mutahi Kagwe and NPS, government spokesperson has revealed that they are going to put clarity on the operation time of bars and clubs in Kenya. 

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