Tanasha Donna & Ringtone Apoko on forced quarantine for hosting a birthday party


Kenyan artistes, Tanasha Donna and Ringtone were placed in forced quarantine after details emerged of a house party the two attended.





City magnate, Tim Matiba had invited the Kenyan model to make an appearance and later perform at his birthday party on Good Friday.





A party that was held along Mombasa road and one that went late into the night. It streamed live on Instagram and Facebook, with many joining in.





On her Instagram story, Mama Naseeb Junior shared a photo of herself driving in pitch darkness along Nairobi’s roads captioning:





NAIROBI on a Friday night, who would’ve thought?





Controversial artist, Ringtone Apoko was also in attendance.





Taking to his Instagram, the singer posted:





๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™A man of God meating a woman of God who is very polite with pure heart @tanashadonna ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ





Kenya’s government put in place a curfew between 7pm and 5 am in order to help curb further spread of Coronavirus.





Social events and gatherings had been completely banned to observe social distancing. Stern measures were out in place for anyone who defied the directives.





However, Tim Matiba’s birthday celebrations seemingly flouted the government rules. It disregarded social distancing, lack of protective masks and extending beyond stipulated curfew hours.





It emerges that all who were in attendance at the said event were put in forced quarantine, risking being charged thereafter.





Also, the individuals have been placed under forced quarantine at their own cost.


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