Mwingi Remains Deserted As Mulyungi Urges Restrain Over Curfew

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By PATRICK KIMANZI & MPPRESS

KITUI: The usually bustling Mwingi town remained deserted today during the dawn-to-dusk curfew.

Police authorities reported a 98% to compliance on Sunday, the COUNTY DIARY has learnt.

Meanwhile a popular Wiper MP is appealing to Kenyan police and security agencies to excercise ‘restrain’ whenever imposing the Coronavirus curfew.

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The restriction over the movement of the masses — pegged to last 3 months — is meant to encourage social distancing to curb the spread of the pandemic.

“Kenyan citizens are trying to adjust themselves to the curfew and police should excercise restrain whenever handling late compliance to the curfew” said the Gideon Mulyungi.

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The legislator was referring to the ugly Likoni Ferry incident in Mombasa where scores were injured during a mad rush bedlam.

Adding that the tenets on human rights and dignity must be upheld, the MP said;

“People are just trying to adjust to the curfew. Kenya is not at war with herself” © GRAPHICS/MPPRESS/KAVISILI

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