Many people were worried that during his national address on matter Covid-19, president Kenyatta would ban all public gatherings and events.
But that never happened, all he did was ban political rallies till January, increase curfew hours from 10pm to 4am and order bars and eateries to be closed by 9pm.
What that means is that events will still take place though, organizers, performers and fans have much more limited time to party.
All in all sherehe bado iko!
There are a number of events scheduled for this weekend and despite the weather promising to remain cold and rainy, we all know that won't be an excuse for Kenyans!
1. Much anticipated Nai Fest is going down this weekend as well with Nigeria's Reekado Banks set to headline the 7th November event.
The event will take place at Ngong race course from 10am to 10pm.
2. Jenga Jirani
Jenga Jirani Festival will bring over 50 local artists to perform in what is projected to be the biggest online festival in Kenya and Africa reaching over 10 million people with a vision of raising funds to help communities affected by the Covid -19 pandemic.
The festival organized by Jonathan Jackson Foundation and Kubamba Krew will be held on the 7th and 8th November 2020.
In the lineup is top Kenyan music artists among them Nyashinski, Khaligraph, Samidoh, Eric Wainaina, Mercy Masika, Juliani, Top comedians; Eric Omondi, MC Jessy, Top lifestyle content Creators; Wajesus Family and many more.
3. Praise atmosphere virtual concert
The virtual concert will bring together artists from Tanzania, Kenya, Nigeria and even Uganda with the aim of praising God.
4. Flirty Fridays
Today at Gallileo lounge, Sami Flinch and Code Block will be happening, bringing you Flirty Friday. There is no other better way to kickstart the weekend.