On Saturday and Sunday night, motorists who use the major highways, Thika Road, Waiyaki Way and Kagundo road found themselves in a bit of a situation.

The police decided to enforce the law on those major roads past curfew time and that saw so many people stuck in heavy traffic. The cops blocked the roads for a little over three hours for those who were on the road past 8 pm which is the official curfew time in Nairobi and other zoned counties.

Diana Marua made this news public after sharing videos of the road as she told us her experience. It came as a lesson to her and she took to social media the measures she will be taking to help with surviving another ordeal like that one. The cops said they will be on these roads as often as possible so a survival kit is a must.


"From today hence forth, I'll be carrying a big bag to fit a blanket just incase 7.59 pm inipate Nje, the traffic in Nairobi can't even allow you to be home by 8pmπŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„The streets were cold yesterday Night. People rushing home trying to fend for their families!!! MNAJARIBU KUSEMA CORONA INAAMKA 8PM, IANZE KAZI??? SMH!!!!!#UNLOCKOURCOUNTRY NOBODY CARES ABOUT US, WE WILL TAKE CARE OF OURSELVES πŸ˜’πŸ˜’πŸ˜’πŸ˜’." Diana Marua shared

The cops have made it clear they will be on those roads and they will wait and sleep on those roads with the 'lawbreakers.