Netizen 24 KEN: Social media enthusiasts react to President Uhuru advert in Nairobi

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Social media enthusiasts react to President Uhuru advert in Nairobi

SUMMARY

  • The advert has stirred a lot of negative reactions from social media users

Kenyans on social media have harshly responded to the advert at the GPO roundabout, Nairobi of a seal bearing Uhuru Kenyatta’s name as the President of the republic of Kenya.

A Kenyan on twitter by the name Victor Atela shared the pictures of the advert on social media which had a lot of people talking. Some said that he was seeking recognition, while others said that it was a waste of public funds.

“For the first time, since independence, Kenya has a "president" advertising he is the president,” posted Atela.

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For the first time, since independence, Kenya has a "president" advertising he is the presid ent. pic.twitter.com/38u6z2nuej ​â€" Victor Atela â„¢ (@VictorAtela) December 4, 2017

Here are some of Kenyans reactions to the advert;

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These are really desperate times!! I have this compelling sense of foreboding that this @JubileePartyK @UKenyatta @WilliamsRuto misadventure/escapade disguised as governance won’t end up well. Kenyans are too sophisticated for this brand of charlatanism!â€" Munene Mwaniki (@munenemwaniki) December 4, 2017

This confirms how desperate the fella is to be in that seat #Resist

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This is nonsense.Ridiculous.â€" Evans Ochiaga (@OchiagaEvans) December 4, 2017

I believe he is rubbing it on some peoples face, hehehheâ€" key_bet (@KimolelSnr) December 6, 2017

70%didn't vote so they need reminder to accept and move on.â€" Henry (@hkatams) December 4, 2017

Desperados doing what they know bestâ€" Eleanor (@redgirraffe) December 5, 2017

Working too hard to gain legitimacy or whatever!!!â€" Karithi Sylvia (@karithi_sylvia) December 5, 2017

Yeah it happens when you feel your presence is not felt. So he has to emphasize that he is there.â€" Elphas Le Blanc (@MonsieurImatar) December 4, 2017

Makes me think are they reminding themselves to feel better or telling Kenyans that their is a possibility that they are not legitimateâ€" duke of jua kali (@elvis_oduor) December 4, 2017

Do not be surprised because of illegitimate governmentâ€" Robertngere (@Robertngere1) December 4, 2017

Tell me that this is not true because if it is there is something very wrong with this regime.â€" Christine Otieno (@christineotie96) December 4, 2017

???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? Next will be a ROAD SHOW, fliers, and streetside hawkers to "SELL" the product, full page adverts and a CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT to entrench him into the CONSTITUTIONâ€" Timothy Mutua (@TimothyMutua19) December 4, 2017

I thought it was a joke ???????????????????? illegitimacy manenos for real.â€" Evans Keki (@Evanske75) December 4, 2017

@UKenyatta why are you advertising you are the president, ama you also doubt yourself? https://t.co/9Grm8ZAmgWâ€" Val Arigi (@ArigiVal) December 4, 2017

You can put yourself on billboards,you can even put some ba dge around your neck,showing you are the president,but to many of us,you remain a by-product of faulty democracy!â€" Kamba Pundit (@kamwash254) December 4, 2017

Lol this is ridiculous and a waste of tax payers money & eyesight ???? https://t.co/YLawAfYZKHâ€" Brigitte Demba (@my5tiq) December 6, 2017

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