Are people at the statehouse drunkards? Kenyans react to the incident where president Uhuru Kenyatta arrived for press briefing in a motorcade with inverted number plate.
President Uhuru Kenyatta arrived for a press briefing at Harambee office on Sunday evening in for a press briefing on the current coronavirus situation in the country. It was however the inverted number plate on his motor cade that caught the attention of many.
Many took to social media to react and question the people involve. It was not clear whether the action was deliberate or a mistake. But it raises questions considering the large number of people involved in the presidential protocol team.
The president announced the confirmation of two more confirmed Coronavirus cases raising the number of infected people in the country to three.
Here are some of the reactions by Kenyans.
President Uhuru Kenyatta decided to drive in a vehicle whose number plate is upside down. He’s in deep stress on how to tackle Coronavirus coz China will not give loans. Uhuru will announce closure of all schools any time from now. He’s holed up in a meeting at Harambee House
Just how confused is the leadership of this country ? will someone appear in the public with a shirt worn back to front? President Uhuru Kenyatta
This is a clear indication that everyone at statehouse is a drunkard. President Uhuru Kenyatta’s motorcade car has a number plate installed upside down
This is exactly how President Uhuru Kenyatta is running our country.. Why wait till the virus is here when we would have stopped travel to Kenya long before
This guy president Uhuru Kenyatta has decided to confuse the Corona virus by driving on a car with upside down number plate. Sijui ni nini watu wanatumia hii statehouse mpaka driver
It is only in Kenya that the number plates of President Uhuru Kenyatta’s car can be upside down!!!
This is a clear indication that everyone at statehouse is a drunkard. President Uhuru Kenyatta’s motorcade car has a number plate installed upside down😂🤣😂 pic.twitter.com/8LtDWvnf9H
— O l w a l (@CassidyOlwal) March 15, 2020
I think this is a symbol of a national pandemic. COVID_19 will be declared a national disaster .
President Uhuru Kenyatta pic.twitter.com/zhTza1h68B
— kenjumah💥 🇰🇪 (@Kenjuma037) March 15, 2020
Just how confused is the leadership of this country ? will someone appear in the public with a shirt worn back to front? President Uhuru Kenyatta pic.twitter.com/GYhzSIaSbB
— Simon chege (@Nowissheichege) March 15, 2020
Could it be that there are more cases than President Uhuru Kenyatta is telling us? And has #coronavirusinKenya sent panick to his security detail? Otherwise how would they ride him with an upside down number plate? #StayAtHome #StayHome pic.twitter.com/ervIn51Rb6
— Hakika Safety Solutions (@HakikaSafetyKE) March 15, 2020