DJ Exclusive in action at 1824 Club,Lang’ata Road, Nairobi . Photo: Elvis Ogina/Standard.

A day after President Uhuru’s directive for bars to reopen following their closure due to COVID-19, Kenyans thronged entertainment joints to quench their thirst. The reopening of entertainment spots was not only a relief for the joints’ owners but also waitresses, bouncers and DJs. Taxi drivers also had a good night in months as they ferried the revellers home. Robert Wafula, a food vendor selling smokies, sausages and boiled eggs served with ‘kachumbari’ told The Standard, “I’m happy today that I can now sell my products. I heavily rely on revellers.”

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PHOTOS: Elvis Ogina/Standard.