The Kenya National Police Service has confirmed the operating time of clubs and bars on their various social media channels, stating that all bars and clubs shall close at 7 p.m., as commanded by President Uhuru Kenyatta earlier.
According to NPS reports, any bar owner who is seen operating past the stated time will be jailed for violating the ongoing Covid-19 guidelines about bar and club closing times.
This is occurring at a time when a lot of Kenyans have written to President Uhuru Kenyatta, requesting him to address the matter or, more specifically, to reveal if he had simply lifted the curfew or all of the other orders he had imposed.
President Uhuru Kenyatta startled many Kenyans today by abolishing the curfew that he had imposed a year ago. In his own words, he stated that this was meant to take place right away.
Kenyans who offered their various perspectives and proposals in response to the occurrence have urged on President Uhuru Kenyatta to solve the issue once and for all.
Most Kenyans felt that these instructions would do little because the president had enabled Kenyans to operate on a 24.7 basis after lifting the curfew.
However, a lot of Kenyans have praised the measures, stating that they will help to curb the country's rising epidemic of Covid-19 infections. For the most part, these Kenyans claimed it was the proper thing to do.
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