The unspoken word on twitter is that Kenyans are only second to Nigerians on the no chill scale.
Kenyans on social media had a field day roasting their President, Uhuru Kenyatta after he was pictured dabbing at the stae house.
The president had posted photos of his moments with the country’s famous dance group, FB1 Dance Crew.
From the photos, the president is seen doing the dab, showing off new moves he learned from the group, and this has infuriated many Kenyans currently living in a country where doctors do not go to work.
Recall that in December, over 100 mentally ill patients escaped from Mathari Hospital in Nairobi and shutdown the busiest highway in the country, following a Kenya doctors strike. The government has failed in reaching an agreement with the upset medical sector, plus lecturers are currently staying out of school due to salary complaints.
These issues – especially that of the health sector – are yet to be resolved by the presidency. Daily, Kenyans take to social media to share stories of terse living conditions, the health threats and tragedies accumulating since December. And this is why the citizens are outraged by the photos of the president partying, while the country burns.
“Pathetic that people are dying and President Uhuru enjoying it all at statehouse, like it’s a movie #DabOfShame,” one tweeter said, and another added, “#DabOfShame is not about a dancing President Vs Striking doctors. It is about a Dancing President Vs poor, sick Kenyans dying at home.”
See the reactions:
A cool President;
1. Pays his doctors
2. Pays his lecturers
3. Strengthens the economy
4. Gets rid of cartels #DabOfShame
— Munene (@muneneofficial) February 8, 2017
Pathetic that people are dying and President Uhuru enjoying it all at statehouse, like it's a movie #DabOfShame
— Bettylne Mbugua (@BettylneM) February 8, 2017
#DabOfShame..I miss Moi's time when StateHouse was place to transact Serious issues,now,thieves have turned it to a branch of Carnivore Club
— Catz Winston (@CatzWinston) February 8, 2017
— Paul ©️ (@OmondilisedPaul) February 8, 2017
While Dabbing Mr. president Doctors awaiting for CBA, Lec on Strike STD 1 awaiting 💻, Kenyans Dying of Hunger, Economy falling #DabOfShame
— Abdikadir Mohamed (@mukaramsharif) February 8, 2017
— John Kanyi (@kanyijon) February 8, 2017
Btw #DabOfShame is not about a dancing President Vs Striking doctors. It is about a Dancing President Vs poor, sick Kenyans dying at home.
— Njoki Chege (@njokichege) February 8, 2017
Uhunye is literally dancing at the grave of our KDF soldiers, mothers dying in deserted hospitals, drought killings mercilessly #DabOfShame
— HEMEDI MOHA® (@HemediMoha) February 8, 2017