Uhuru says baby making has been high during curfew; I'll extend it

Uhuru says baby making has been high during curfew; I’ll extend it

President Uhuru Kenyatta has broken his much silence on matters curfew, humeruosly hinting that he may be tempted to extend the country curfew again.

Talking on Saturday, October 16, at the Kahawa Garrison during the tenth commemoration of the Kenya Defense Forces (KDF) day, Uhuru said he may extend curfew because of high rates of birth in the country during this time.

“Based on what I have seen here in Kahawa Garison, let the curfew extend. Watoto mumejaza hapa wengi, wacha curfew iendele. (I have seen many children here, let the curfew continue).

We like Kenya to continue as such, wakue wengi kabisa Mungu awabariki,” the president said.

Uhuru explanations come after Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kichumba Murkomen challenged him to lift the curfew.

Murkomen requested that the president stop hypocrisy in the battle against COVID-19 and remove the curfew.

He noted that it was not appropriate for President Uhuru to force a time limit on ordinary Kenyans, yet politicians were leading political rallies in the country.

As indicated by Murkomen, the evening time limit was benefitting the political tip top more than the conventional Kenyans.

He further told the head of state to ‘quit fooling Kenyans’ that the COVID-19 only was being spread at night. The senator asked him to immediately lift the