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Details of President Uhuru Kenyatta's Thursday Extra-Ordinary Session

WawireCornel 06/24/2020

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President Uhuru Kenyatta during a past meeting. [Source/Warui John2/Twitter]

President Uhuru Kenyatta Will on Thursday preside over a virtual Extra-Ordinary Session of the National and County Governments Coordination Summit.

Revealing the details of this virtual meeting, State House, through their twitter account pointed out that the Head of State will discuss various things at this meeting.

State House revealed scanty details of the virtual meeting.

They pointed out that Uhuru will discuss on various things that have been put in place to make sure that Kenyans doesn't suffer from adverse effects of Covid-19.

"His Excellency the President will tomorrow, Thursday, 25th June 2020, preside over a virtual Extra-Ordinary Session of the National and County Governments Coordination Summit," wrote State House.

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"The Summit will review measures put in place to safeguard Kenyans from adverse effects of Covid-19 as the country gears up for the re-opening of the economy," added State House.

Coronavirus pandemic caused closure of various things in the country that have left many suffering.

However, President Uhuru Kenyatta has hinted on re-opening the country so as people can continue with their normal lives but keeping Covid-19 safety guidelines in mind.

So far, the virus has infected a total of 5,206 people in the country.

This is after a cumulative of 151,396 samples were tested for the virus.

The Health Ministry has warned that these numbers might rise as days goes by.

Even as the country continues to suffer the effects of Covid-19, Kenyans have on various occasions called on President Uhuru Kenyatta to re-open the economy.

Many have pointed out that if the country continues to be locked, many people will die from hunger more than coronavirus.

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