Health cabinet secretary Mutahi Kagwe on Monday, October 4, 2021 announced the extension of all Covid-19 containment measures. The CS announced the extension of Curfew, Ban on public gatherings and rallies among other measures from Afya House. Mutahi announced that the Nationwide Curfew starting from 10pm to 4am will be extended further for 30 days.
Photo courtesy// President Uhuru Kenyatta Reports have emerged that experts are holding a series of meetings to review the current dusk to dawn curfew that runs from 10 pm to 4 am countrywide where they are expected to advise in the next two days. According to the Star, health experts are holding meetings to discuss the way forward pertaining to these curfews that were imposed last year when the first case of Covid-19 was announced in the country.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has extended the nationwide dusk to dawn curfew for another 30 days. Speaking during his 10th state address on the COVID-19 pandemic after chairing the Fifth Extraordinary Session of the National and County Governments Coordinating Summit on Monday, July 27, the current surge in the COVID-19 infections remains a concern therefore there is need for strict measures. "I did reduce some measures we had taken and reminded everyone that the gov’t response was made along another call- The
President Uhuru Kenyatta has ordered a continuity in the curfew for the next 30 days congratulating Kenyans for taking seriously the strict measures in ensuring that they assist in curbing the spread of the pandemic since the end of the lockdown. Speaking at Statehouse Nairobi, the Head of State has asserted that the closure of bars and night bars shall continue for a period of another 30 days until 26th of September putting in that the Nationwide curfew has been extended for another 30 days. Uhuru has explained
President Uhuru Kenyatta. Photo |Courtesy President Uhuru Kenyatta addressed the country on September 28th in the 12th Presidential address on Covid-19 pandemic. He highlighted the country's preparedness in fighting the Covid-19 pandemic as he ushered Kenyans into a new normal from his announcements.Kenya has been registering a few number of Covid-19 cases in the last few days hence it is a sign that the curve is flattening. During his address, the President lifted the closure of Bars, Clubs and Pubs in which
Kenyans are anxiously waiting for President Uhuru Kenyatta's address on COVID-19 containment measures put in place by the government on Monday, June 6. It has now emerged that a majority of Kenyans are supporting the extension of the countrywide dusk-to-dawn curfew ahead of President Uhuru Kenyatta’s address to the nation on Monday, July 6. According to a report by TIFA research, 79% of Kenyans want President Uhuru Kenyatta to extend the countrywide curfew but with reduced hours to enable them to manage their
Basing on the reports from the ministry of health, actually there is no doubt that the country is under the butter test of forth wave of Covid-19 pandemic. There is no doubt that the government in collaboration with the ministry of health has to implement more measures in the country in order to curb the spread of Covid-19.
It was last year in the month March that the first case of COVID-19 was announced in the country. Something that changed almost everything. Restrictions had to be made in order to curb the COVID-19 spread. Photo courtesy One of the Restrictions was the fact the president imposed imposed desk to dawn curfew.
President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta has today lifted the current cessation of movement into and out of eastleigh and old town mombasa as from tomorrow the 7th of April at 4 am. Additionally, the president extended the ongoing ban of all social gatherings for an additional 30 days. The president also extended the ongoing curfew for another 30 days but changed the nation wide curfew from 9pm to 4 am in the morning. The president speaking from state house Nairobi, Kenya has urged Kenyans to bear and follow all the
This Afternoon The Head of State H.E Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to address the State of Nation amidst this Pandemic. We expect him to Address the following issues. President of the Republic of Kenya 1. Reopening of schools. 2. End of Nationwide Curfew. 3. Reopening of bars and clubs to reduce domestic violence in houses. 4. Covid-19 daily briefings by MOH. 5. Steps taken to address the Covid Billionaires Scandal. The current Money Heist in Kenya. 6. The HELB disbursement Question. As a result of Online classes
After 30 days of extended nationwide curfew and closed entertainment centers, president Uhuru Kenyatta has excited Kenyans after extending the nationwide curfew for 30 more days. Kenyans have been forced to remain indoors from 9:00 pm till 4:00 am since the outbreak of Coronavirus in the country. On the positive side president Uhuru Kenyatta ordered that the restaurant closing time was extended for one hour from 7:00pm to 8:00 pm. Also president Uhuru Kenyatta added that the number of people who will be attending
The Government of Kenya through The Interior Cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Matiang'i has given a public directive concerning Curfew and Covid-19. Many were speculating differently on matters Curfew as the duration that Uhuru Kenyatta had given has elapsed. Many had predicted that Uhuru Kenyatta will now remove curfew completely as the Covid-19 infection rate is now low.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has extended the nationwide curfew, something that has disappointed many Kenyans who expected the curfew to be lifted. The president extended the curfew for fear of a second wave of the virus which could be severe if the curfew is lifted. President Uhuru stated that although the country has made several good milestones in health infrastructure, the infrastructure is not yet sufficient incase a second wave of the virus occurs. "The country has moved from 6 isolation beds at the begining
President Uhuru Kenyatta addressed the nation from State House concerning the COVID-19 situation in the country. (Photo, Courtesy) The President read out 15 directives to be followed henceforth in the fight against the Coronavirus pandemic that is seemingly overwhelming the country. Below were the 15 directives issued by the President during the address; 1. All CSs, CAS, PSs scale down public activities adopt virtual means. 2. 58+ and immuno compromised to work remotely. 3. Examination classes to continue but
President Uhuru Kenyatta was to address the nation on 4th January 2021 as usual after he extended some Covid-19 containment measures. In the last address the president directed that the Nationwide Dusk to Down curfew shall be extended for further 60 days. According to reports from the State House Kenya, the containment measures are extended for another 3 months. The Dusk to Dawn Curfew which start at 10pm to 4am shall be in place untill 12th March 2021. This is according to the Covid-19 press release. According
Kenyan Singer Bahati has penned down a lengthy message for the President pleading with him to end the nationwide Curfew that has been extended for another 60 days. Bahati posted the message on his Instagram directed to the President trying to convince him that the entertainment industry is and has been suffering alot for a while now since the implementation of curfew hours across the country. He stated that entertainers in the country that include, musicians, DJ's, event organizers and anything concerning the
The long awaited speech of president uhuru is finally out, alot of kenyans were in dielema on what he is going to say about the COVID-19 situation in the country.
Kenyans online reacted to president Uhuru kenyatta's directives of extending curfew up to January 2021 to help in containment of this deadly disease. Speaking to Kenyans on Wednesday, Uhuru adjusted curfew time from normal time of 11 pm to 4 am to 10 pm to 4 am. This means that usual Christmas and new year celebrations will this time round will not happen as expected Other directives touching on christmas and new year celebration is ban on any public gathering be it political or social. Uhuru also adjusted time
President Kenyatta finaly made the speech on the state of the nation yesterday. The speech was eagerly awaited by Kenyans who hoped that the head of state will reopen the economy that has been affected deu to covid 19. This are the new measures said by President Kenyatta as he reopened the economy during the National Covid 19 conference yesterday. The Nationwide Curfew was extended for a further 60 days. Curfew time will now begin from 11PM to 4AM starting today. Bars that were closed deu to rissing cases of
Today president Uhuru Kenyatta has made his national address speech while at the Covid-19 conference at KICC. The conference was attended by key leaders in the country including ODM leader Raila Odinga. In his address, he addressed various issues as follows; He extended the nationwide dask to dawn curfew for further 60 days. He reviewed the time from the usual 9pm to 4am and now it will be from 11pm to 4am. After a long time of bars being closed, the president today opened the bars. He however warned people