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How Kenyans reacted to Raila’s announcement on NASA next move

By Sara Okuoro | Aug 16th 2017 | 1 min read

The National Super Alliance (NASA) announced that it has resolved to move to the Supreme Court to challenge results of Kenya’s presidential election. `

NASA leader Raila Odinga said the alliance would not accept ‘computer-generated leaders’ or 'Vifaranga vya Computer' saying there was a glaring fraud with the results transmission system.

Kenyans took to social media to respond to Raila’s announcement. Here’s how they reacted:

@Elijahkyama on Twitter
@EarnestChege on Twitter
@SamGichuru on Twitter

But what is 'Vifaranga vya Computer'? That seems to be the big question many Kenyans are asking, and trying to answer, and so together, they speculated.

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This is the third time Kenyans have gone on a meme frenzy in reaction to the events surrounding the General Election. The first set of memes were geneated as a result of the now famous Githeri Man. The second batch was powered by women who couldn't keep their eyes off IEBC CEO Ezra Chiloba and even dubbed him Chilobae

And it seems they just couldn't keep Githeri man, or rather his Githeri out of Raila's memes. 

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And of course, there are those who simply have no clue what people are on about.

Team clueless

So what do you think Vifaranga vya Computer means?

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