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Kenyans: Hata wakifunga, tupige sherehe (Video)

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Kenya is grappling with a third wave of coronavirus infections with health facilities stretched to capacities as hospital admissions increase. Kenyans however, have been calling on the government to unlock the country.

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The surge in Covid-19 cases forced President Uhuru Kenyatta to go hard on social joints in Nairobi and four other counties.

He further ordered the cessation of all movement into and out of the capital Nairobi and the other affected counties.

The affected counties included; Kiambu, Machakos, Kajiado and Nakuru.

The president also ordered a revision of curfew hours for the five counties from 8pm-4am.

Bars and all liquor joints were shut down in the presidential directive that took a toll on an industry that has been struggling to regain its footing since the start of the phased re-opening of the economy in July last year.

Kenyans enjoying themselves at a popular joint in Nairobi.

Kenyans however seem to be serious as most go about their business oblivious of the risks they’re putting themselves into.

A video has been doing rounds online of several people having the time of their lives in total disregard of the regulations put in place by the government to combat the rising numbers of the virus.

The 30 seconds video shows young men and women taking liquor as they dance perhaps trying to prove to the authorities that whether they lock the country or not, sherehe lazma itapigwa.

The place looks dingy, perfect hiding spot for team Kamnyweso.

Watch it below;

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