“President, Kenyans are Requesting curfew and lockdown extended lets Honor That,” -Cs Mutahi Kagwe tells


TweetShare80SharePin181 SharesThe Ministry of Health has advised President Uhuru Kenyatta not to reopen the economy, citing lack of preparedness, even as the current containment measures are set to lapse on July 6. Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe said the country risks an upsurge of new Covid-19 infections as a majority of the counties lag in required controls. President Kenyatta, based on the ministry’s counsel, ruled out automatic reopening of the country’s economy. “County readiness to respond to new imported cases of infection will largely determine our national readiness to re-open the…

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Eastleigh Now Back To Business After Lockdown, This is the New Look.


TweetShareSharePin77 SharesPresident Kenyatta extended the night curfew to start from 9pm to 4am from Sunday and opened Eastleigh, Old Town area of Mombasa, Kilifi, and Kwale. The restrictions in Nairobi, Mombasa and Mandera however, remain in force for 30 more days. On Sunday, Eastleigh was bustling with activities and cash was once again flowing in the country’s biggest business hub. Transactions worth an estimated Sh2 billion take place in Eastleigh daily, according to available data. Along Eastleigh’s First Avenue, tens of trucks were on Sunday seen offloading goods while Matatus…

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