Street Life in Kenya Now!

#street #curfew #COVID19KE

The spread of COVID-19 has changed how cities the world over operate, but Kenya’s cities are perhaps unique in the fact that police brutality has led to more deaths than the pandemic itself. Below is a clip on how pressing the matter is in the streets of Nairobi after the government introduced a dusk-to-dawn curfew.

How is street life in your country now? Let’s connect.

13 thoughts on “Street Life in Kenya Now!”

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  2. I live in India, so seeing a throng of people strolling on the roads at any given time.
    But now there’s a deafening silence and just the barking of the occasional stray dog.
    The streets are now desolate, and now not a single person or vehicle is visible.
    It’s awful.

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