President Uhuru Kenyatta finally addressed why he quit Twitter saying insults from the infamous KOT drove him out of the micro-blogging site.
Speaking Wednesday when he set the ball rolling on the signature collection drive for the BBI bill, Uhuru said Twitter had nothing constructive to offer him given that constant abuse was all he received on the daily.
An animated Uhuru narrated how the app, like most of us, would keep him up late at night as he went through the Twitter ‘chaos’ and wallow in misery.
Consequently, the Head of State resolved to make better use of his time by spending time with First Lady Margaret Kenyatta, presumably exchanging sweet nothings and making sexy time with her before retiring to bed.
“Mimi si mtu wa ma Twitter na hizo zingine, mini niliondoka huko… Nikaona hii kitu ni bure, ni matusi hakuna kitu ingine inaendelea hapa. Unakaa hapo ukisoma… hulali, ukiangalia huyu anasema nini, na huyu mwingine… Alafu unapiga simu, ‘Unaona vile huyu mtu amenitusi?’
“Afadhali nilale bana…nipige story hapo na mama kidogo, nilale, niamke niende kazi na dunia iendelee. Ama ni namna gani jameni?” Uhuru posed.
The president deactivated his social media accounts in March 2019. At the time, Uhuru was the most followed African leader on Twitter, with 3.62 million followers.
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