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President Uhuru hints at lifting curfew

President Uhuru Kenyatta. [Source/State House Kenya]

President Uhuru Kenyatta has hinted at lifting the national curfew he imposed to curb the spread of the coronavirus disease.

Speaking at the Kenya Railways on Wednesday, February 10, President Kenyatta suggested that he would lift the curfew if assured Kenyans will observe Covid-19 safety regulations.

“Ata tukifungua, mtakuwa na utaratibu mwema? Tujue lazima tujitunze na tutunze wenzetu, haswa wale wazee [If we lift the curfew, will you behave? We must take care of ourselves and reduce the risk of infecting the elderly],” said Uhuru in Swahili.

Kenyans have been living under a curfew for a little less under a year in strict measures imposed by the Head of State to save lives, policies that have partly been credited to curbing infection rates.

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