K24’s Betty Kyallo will be counting losses after she was forced to close her salon, Flair.
The posh beauty parlour is located in Kilimani said bye to its last customer yesterday, after health CS Mutahi Kagwe directed that people stay home and observe social distancing.
This is to curb the further spread of the coronavirus.
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Betty informed her fans and client of the decision by posting this notice.
￼ Betty further said,
“I have decided to suspend sevices at falir and it is because i completely understand the danger we all are in and I appreciate that we all have a responsibility as much as we are all going be affected I cannot even imagine how it will be without opening the salon.”
The popular news anchor also highlighted the importance of isolation in reducing the spread of COVID-19.
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The screen siren added,
“There is a bigger responsibility, we need to look at and appreciate our clients we hope this thing goes away soon. But most importantly we should stay safe. Stay at home.”
“Do the right thing. It is rough. This thing is bigger than us, we need our health it is bigger than the money we can get from out businesses.”
Betty’s fears and that of all the private corporations in Kenya have one prayer to the government.
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“I hope that government is also going to support businesses and people who rely on day to day casual jobs to make a living. I pray they can look into this like other countries have done because it is important not to forget that people make a living every day. They make money every day 500 bob, 200 bob, 1000 bob to be able to feed their family.”
“I hope the government is also going to consider that we are not making any money, so there is no rent, to pay rent and tax and all these things. Therefore I pray there is a bigger plan by government to help businesses and also help the day today people who rely on day to day movement to make a living. It is very important for them to think about us, more than ever. Right now.”