Kenyans Breath A Sigh Of Relief As Covid Restrictions Ease

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NAIROBI, Kenya — The past one month has been a difficult one for Richard Lijoki, who lives in Mathare, a slum in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, and works as a waiter in a small restaurant in the city’s central business district.

This is after Kenyan President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta locked down Nairobi and four neighboring

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