Light moments over ‘Kenyan rains stuck in Tanzania’
SEE ALSO :Kenya a risky borrower: Italian firmLupita Nyong’o is a Kenyan-born award winning Hollywood actor. Mr Makamba’s post drew many reactions. One Fadhil Suleiman responded: “Let them enjoy the view. Wamezoea. Kumbe hata when it rains in TZ, Wakenya wanaona ni mvua yao.” Agape Palilo tweeted: “Katika hali hii ya ukame sidhani kama bado una uwezo wa kustrike deal...your only option is to abide with our demands...try to be a little smart.” Steven @styv13tz wrote on Twitter: “Stop advertising (that) Mount Kilimanjaro and Serengeti National Park are located in Kenya then we’ll give you back your rain.” [email protected] laughed it off by asking: “Is it a geographical factor or religious factor for the rain to be stuck in Tanzania?” On Facebook, Okoth Okoth said: “Let’s shoot the guy who sold them the winds. Too many lives lost coz of greed of a few people.”
SEE ALSO :Psychiatric wards in deplorable stateJoseph Karueru said: “Can we send CS (Monica) Juma to intervene diplomatically for our rain to be released by Tanzania.” Malinda Kimando wrote, “Let’s pray for the rains without ceasing. Met, I wish you can throw a long rope which reaches Tanzania, and since am here at TZ whereby it’s raining, then I push it back to Kenya. Prayers will do I believe.” Ahmed Karim Achillah commented: “Please give back our rains. This Maghufuli seems to have developed a habit of seizing everything that belongs to Kenya.” And Gambler Felix Muthugumi said: “During Kibaki’s time we were getting rain by March, but during Jubilee tenure, no rain.” John John wrote: “Kenya is on the test. Everybody is busy not knowing that God is in command. There’s need for national prayers and leaders are ignorant about it. Disaster after disaster until we bow.”
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