Mashujaa Day: Kenyans celebrate Uhuru for lifting curfew from dusk to dawn: “Jayden Tano Tena” Kenya News
- President Uhuru Kenyatta presided over the 2021 edition of the Mashujaa Day Festival at Wang’uru Stadium in Kirinyaga County
- The highlight of Uhuru’s speech was the lifting of the dawn-to-dawn nationwide curfew, which has been in place since last year
- The protocol was approved in March 2020 to contain the spread of COVID-19
Kenyans have expressed their joy after President Uhuru Kenyatta officially lifted the dawn-to-dawn nationwide curfew, which began in March last year.
The policy was first sanctioned in March 2020 to curb the spread of COVID-19 that has ravaged the world since then.
During the Mashujaa Day festival held at Wang’uru Stadium in Kirinyaga County on Tuesday, October 20, Uhuru announced that the protocol will no longer be in effect.
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“In this context and on the basis of the powers assigned to me as President, I hereby decree and instruct that the
Kenyans couldn’t stay cool!
A sample on social media confirmed they actually welcomed Uhuru’s new curfew policy.
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Here are some of the responses:
Review of other containment measures
At the same time, Uhuru ordered that the number of face-to-face services should be increased from one-third of parishioners to two-thirds, provided they follow all health protocols.
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