After the president announced new tough covid-19 containment measures, sports were not left behind. All the sporting activities were banned until a further notice is issued. Despite this, discrepancy in observations of these measures have arisen. This was after President Uhuru Kenyatta made a stop over while coming from a NYS pass out ceremony to watch a safari rally sport.
Together with the president was sports CS Amina Mohamed and the sport organizers. Kenyans on social media have come out to question on the observation of covid-19 protocol. It's now unclear on which sports were banned and which ones could be allowed.
One sport is however clear, Safari Rally is an exception in this case. It's important to note that Safari Rally was started in Kenya in 1953 in honour of the queen of England. The sport has been attracting car enthusiasts from various regions and even foreigners to participate. Kenyans have loved this sport and that's why Sports Ministry is looking to promote it.
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