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Kenyans Devise Mischievous Ways to Enter Nairobi Despite Roadblocks [VIDEO]
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|Kenyans Devise Mischievous Ways to Enter Nairobi Despite Roadblocks [VIDEO] by Saocv(1): Tue 07, April, 2020 10:15pm|
President Uhuru Kenyatta on Monday declared a partial lockdown limiting access to the city but Kenyans have already devised new way's to beat the various police roadblocks mounted to ensure that the order is adhered to.
A video has emerged showing residents of Machakos county accessing the city through the banks of Athi River, as one person can be heard saying that they shall overcome the lockdown order.
''We are sure to overcome this whether they like it or not,'' while accusing the government of endangering Kenyan lives by letting in foreigners through Kenyan airports.
''You let in foreigners through the airports but now its Kenyans who are suffering from the pandemic.''
Police on Monday evening mounted several roadblocks across different entry and exit points within the city in a bid to stop the cross movement of citizens in and out of Nairobi as a way of limiting the spread of coronavirus to other parts of the country.
Last night some Kenyans were forced to spend the night in the cold or as police officers blocked access of Kagundo Road one of the entry points into the city.
With the emergence of this video, other Kenyans may use it as a benchmark to defy and come up with new ways of entering the city.
Some social media users condemned the actions of the residents, though some found their actions to be heroic and hilarious.
Sherry on twitter said ".our own people are not disciplined and they think blaming the government saves them, ignorance of the highest level, and bloggers will come here saying the government has failed.''
Munene Mutwiri on twitter has already thought of a business idea after watching the video ''We will end up starting a new line of business. Smuggling people in and out of the containment regions. We cannot have the solution being worse than the problem.''
With Nairobi playing a core role in the Kenyan economy one user pointed out how devolution could have helped sort out the problems and give the government an easy time in managing the pandemic.
''Devolution could have solved some of these problems, Nairobi is core to Kenyans, with quite a number of services/products centralised here, local citizens thus must come to Nairobi every once in a while, even against their will,'' said Simerwa.
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