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‘Don’t Rush’ Challenge Light Up Internet As Kenyans Prepare to Travel Upcountry.



'Don't Rush' Challenge Light Up Internet As Kenyans Prepare to Travel Upcountry.

Don’t Rush Challenge !

President Uhuru Kenyatta while addressing the nation on corona virus, announced the expiry of lock down in the country, allowing people to travel freely within the country.

The president decided to open up the country with a clear message, asking every Kenyan to take personal responsibility, to protect themselves and people around them especially the elderly in the village from corona virus.

A section of Kenyans have however come up with a challenge dubbed, ‘Don’t Rush’ now that the responsibility is under every individual.

‘Don’t Rush’ is a challenge meant to remind every Kenyan to avoid celebrating the end of lock down to an extend of forgetting that the virus is still with us.

Kenyans are also reminded not to start reckless partying with friends in unnecessary events that might made the situation more worse than before.

Immediately after the president announced the end of lock down, it is reported that, online bus ticket booking was too busy meaning that many people are busy booking for seats, ready to travel upcountry.

The ‘Don’t Rush’ challenge also remind Kenyans that no need to travel now to meet relatives upcountry because there is not restrictions, and end up risking the lives of all relatives in upcountry.

Some Kenyans lead by Elgeiyo Marakwet senator Kipchumba Murkomen, stated that president Uhuru Kenyatta made a very wrong decision to allow free movement in and out of Mombasa and Nairobi, claiming that the number of corona virus cases might double up ten times.

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