There is never a dull moment when it comes to Kenyans on twitter.
No sooner had South African president Jacob Zuma checked into State House than his handwriting became a topic of discussion on twitter.
As is protocol, the South African Head of State signed on the State House visitor’s booklet and left a message that Kenyans struggled to read.
President Uhuru Kenyatta was forced to pull down a picture of the message after the twitter ‘heat’ became too much. Uhuru had shared the picture on Tuesday morning on his official Twitter account @UKenyatta.
It may have been taken down, but once it is on the internet, it remains on the internet.
Check it out:
Some of the reactions:
— Kioko (@Joe_Kioko) October 11, 2016
Zuma’s handwriting needs some prayers? pic.twitter.com/VmwBgJIeBG
— we shall overcome.. (@El_kagas) October 11, 2016
— #TeamShaffie (@ShaffieWeru) October 11, 2016
— Thulani Msane (@Jayjayzn) October 11, 2016
President Zuma’s handwriting ??? https://t.co/JHKU2BJeGN
— Thamsanqa Mthimkhulu (@Mtamerri) October 11, 2016
South African president Jacob Zuma has kumbaff handwriting
— Daniel Melkior (@egalanized) October 11, 2016
Is Zuma literate? That handwriting, oh my goodness. pic.twitter.com/uDQDgECm1B
— kalekachali (@kalekachali) October 11, 2016
From past tweets, even South Africans are aware of his terrible handwriting.
Was Jacob Zuma awarded a doctorate because he has a terrible handwriting?
— Craig Heffer (@the85man) November 2, 2015
ANC Womens League declares that youth have sold out.They would've said this earlier but they struggled to read President Zuma's handwriting.
— BROKEN NEWS (@AN7Reporter) September 1, 2016
— Zuma (@Zuma_official) March 5, 2016
Zuma should hire someone with better handwriting to write his speeches
— ☺Teabag (@Mnqobi_h_m) December 10, 2013