Recall that in December, over 100 mentally ill patients escaped from Mathari Hospital in Nairobi and shutdown the busiest highway in the country, following a Kenya doctors strike. The government has failed in reaching an agreement with the upset medical sector, plus lecturers are currently staying out of school due to salary complaints.
These issues – especially that of the health sector – are yet to be resolved by the presidency. Daily, Kenyans take to social media to share stories of terse living conditions, the health threats and tragedies accumulating since December. And this is why the citizens are outraged by the photos of the president partying, while the country burns.
“Pathetic that people are dying and President Uhuru enjoying it all at statehouse, like it’s a movie #DabOfShame,” one tweeter said, and another added, “#DabOfShame is not about a dancing President Vs Striking doctors. It is about a Dancing President Vs poor, sick Kenyans dying at home.”
Kenyans who became very furious about the insensitivity of their President to the situation of the country described the dabbing as a #Dabofshame.
One of the fans said that it seemed he is tired of being the president and he is preparing for his future career, #dabofshame.
In a tweet he made on his media platform,he advised the people to participate in bringing development to their county through their vote.
The Presidency of Uhuru Kenyatta began on 9 April 2013 after being sworn in as 4thpresident of Kenya. He succeeded Mwai Kibaki