Interior CS Dr. Fred Matiang’i has been summoned by the Senate to shed more light into the ongoing curfew in the country.
The Senate will seek to understand the confusion behind the Presidential order given the recent turn of events that have rocked the country.
Kenyans have taken to social media to share their disappointment and anger following the strict implementation of the order especially the closure of the Thika super highway.
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Motorists were on Saturday caught unaware when police officers blocked the highway implementing the orders causing a huge traffic snarl up with some travelers taking their loved ones to hospitals.
The standoff lasted for a bout four hours before they were allowed to pass. The government promised of such measures moving forward citing disobedience from a section of Kenyans.
On Monday, two police officers were injured when a speeding vehicle rammed into their vehicle as the driver attempted to have his way through the road block. He has been arrested and will be arraigned in court.