Good morning Kenyans.
It is the third day of the second week of September that can be described as full of dramatic twist and turns.
An opinion poll was conducted by Infotrak on the current Covid restrictions in place.
The results of the exercise revealed that majority of Kenyans were in support of the measures put in place by President Uhuru Kenyatta.
A further analysis showed that more than 60 percent of Kenyans are in favour of the operating hours for eateries and bars.
The most mind boggling statistic from the firm was that 63 percent of Kenyans supported the curfew hours imposed by the government.
This brings up the big question, do the findings by Infotrak represent the real situation on the ground?
These are the news making headlines on Opera News App today;
The Truth About The Murder of Sergeant Kenei Revealed and What DP Ruto Knew About The Killing
Marking one year since the murder of Sergeant Kipyegon Kenei, the truth has been established as details emerge what the Deputy President knows about the murder.
We’ll Expose All Land Kenyatta’s Own, Says Ruto’s Man Gachagua
Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua has sensationally claimed Tangatanga will expose land owned by the Kenaytta family in response to increased attacks on Deputy President William Ruto.
Most Wanted: Meet Young Kenyan Genius Who Scored An A in KCSE But Is Now Leader Of ISIS And Al-Qaeda
The Family of 27-year-old Salim Mohammad Rashid from Mombasa continues to wonder what went wrong with their son to the extent that he decided to become a terrorist.