Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta faced a backlash from Twitter users following his dramatic dancing and dabbing with his State House crew in the midst of Kenya’s popular FBI Dance group while trying to urge Kenyan youths to participate in voters’ registration ahead of the forthcoming Kenyan Presidential elections.
Kenyans did not find it funny that their President is out dabbing while doctors have been on strike since December 5, 2016, demanding a 300% pay rise, a review of their working conditions, amidst other requests.
Twitter users attacked President Uhuru with various Tweets with the hashtag #DabOfShame.
— mzera (@samsonmzera) February 8, 2017
— Dennis Wainaina (@denniswainainam) February 8, 2017
The anger on #DabOfShame is not coz Kenyans don't want him to dab but country is in distraught angered by any 'mocking' stunt.
— Kenya West© (@KinyanBoy) February 9, 2017
A government of two people and their friends; covered in their tribes; with everyone else out #DabOfShame
— Dikembe (@Disembe) February 8, 2017
— The Muthoka® (@MuthokaTito) February 9, 2017
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