President Uhuru Kenyatta during the extraordinary summit in statehouse Nairobi Kenya. Photo courtesy Facebook (Statehouse)
President Uhuru Kenyatta yesterday announced several measures that are aimed at curbing the spread of COVID-19. The measures were after a consultative sixth building and providing the persona protective equipment.
The president also noted that the county governments and the national governments agreed not to offer services to anyone without a mask. He lured the private sector to join the campaign dubbed “no mask, no services.” He said that the leaders should all come on board to help the government actkenyanprime.co.ke/lock-down-or-god-for-us-allualize the movement.
The president noted that the leaders have a great responsibility in ensuring that the citizenry follows the set protocols.
In his address, the president spoke so passionately about the Kenyan citizens being responsible for carrying out their activities. He said that the country is not corona free, so nobody should let their guard down.
The president also suspended all political rallies for sixty days. He noted that if one had to hold a political rally, it should be held in town halls, and those attending should not be more a third of the hall’s capacity.