Many people found themselves in bad situations when the government came up with the COVID-19 restrictions guidelines.
There are those who were arrested for not wearing face masks, not considering social distancing and above all, those who broke the curfew.
Controversial Gatundu MP Moses Kuria happens to be among the many people who have faced challenges owing to the restriction guidelines.
This publication has learnt Moses Kuria was on Monday, April 12, night arrested by police enforcing curfew.
Moses Kuria was nabbed by police officers at Havilla Cornerstone Ranch for breaking curfew and flaunting some COVID-19 restriction guidelines.
The MP was booked at the Karuri Police Station awaiting to be arraigned in court on Tuesday, April 13, morning.
Havilla Cornerstone Ranch is owned by Lenah Koinange, a relative of the Late Member of Parliament, Paul Koinange.
Sources intimate to Havilla Cornerstone Ranch hissed that the institution is known in the whole of Kiambu County for contravention of COVID-19 restrictions as it enjoys protection from both the national and County governments.
Moses Kuria’s arrest comes at a time the Kenyan government is working hard to scale down the movement of people in a bid to reduce the infection rate.
The MP broke news of the arrest through his Facebook page.
Photos shared by Moses Kuria showed him at the OB office at Karuri Police Station alongside some of his supporters.
”Arrested! Held at Karuri Police Station. Kiambu Court tomorrow. Still- #MeneMeneTekel #FinishAndGo,” Kuria captioned the photos.
Arrested! Held at Karuri Police Station. Kiambu Court tomorrow. Still- #MeneMeneTekel #FinishAndGo
Posted by Moses Kuria on Monday, 12 April 2021
Nairobi and Nakuru counties are some of the counties which have been put on partial lockdown with entry and exit restricted.
The ministry of health has caution Kenyans to be more vigilant as the hospitals are currently experiencing a shortage in oxygen which is very essential in keeping the infected patients alive.