Clergy Association of Kenya has called on the government to consider the plight of Kenyans who make daily earnings as they struggle to make ends meet.

In a press conference the association has also called on the government to direct house owners to give their tenants a three-month reprieve as part of additional measures to cushion Kenyans.

While welcoming the government latest move to shield Kenyans from harsh economic church has asked the government to also address the handling of communication from the counties.

The association has also appealed on the well-wishers and the church faithful to support fellow Kenyans who cannot provide for their families during this time.

Speaking elsewhere, Retired AIC Arch Bishop Rev Silas Yego said that the country cannot go on lockdown since Kenyans who are making low wages would suffer.