We have been trying our best to reduce the Corona positive cases numbers in Kenya since the government did away with some restrictions but is it working? That’s the question we should ask ourselves.
Our public service vehicles have started posting posters that shows how far we need to sit away from each other but they are doing exactly the opposite of what’s needed and what they advice.
Just the other day on my way from Kibera to Kawangware, some of the most popular places here in Nairobi. I went into a bus and saw the stickers and I thought this was a very good initiative that I should support and even congratulate them for the good job they are doing to reduce the curve.
Little did I know that the “Do not sit here ” sticker was posted to pass the traffic police road block then later we will be packed to fill those remaining seats. We tend to try fool the authority but at the end of the day we are putting ourselves and others at a risk of Covid 19 infection. Its high time we start been our neighbours keeper because we only live once and the virus has given enough proof that it can take anyone’s life regardless of our age.
God bless Kenya
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I’m sorry you have the current situation that you do, and I’m glad you’re saying something about it. I hope things change, though I’m not sure how that would happen. I wish people in the USA would take things more seriously, too. You’re right–we are our neighbors’ keepers. Keepers of each other.
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