Marriage services suspended over Covid-19 fears after many Kenyans flock AG’s office
Marriage services have been suspended after many Kenyans flocked the Attorney General’s office in Nairobi raising fears of spread of Covid-19.
The office had been partially reopened on May 18, 2020 for selected marriage services.
“It was observed that the number of clients who visited Sheria House seeking the same was overwhelming and went against the guidelines issued by the Ministry of Health in curbing the spread of COVID-19 virus,” Registrar General Mary Njuya said in a statement.
According to her, marriage services will remain suspended until further notice.
This, she said, is to ensure that the AG’s office has adequate time to develop safety measures in line with the MOH directive.
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