Kenya’s Trending Topics on March 23, 2017
President Uhuru Kenyatta Twitter Here are today’s trending subjects. The topic was amongst the leading trends following declarations made throughout Somalia President Mohamed Farmajo’s check out to Kenya.
Farmajo held bilateral talks with President Uhuru Kenyatta at State House where the 2 pledged to continue fighting the Al Shabaab militants who have terrorised the Horn of Africa region.
This hashtag appeared on the trends after the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) report indicated that it found nothing to implicate previous Devolution Cabinet Secretary Anne Waiguru in the National Youth Service (NYS) Scandal and simply recommended for a way of life on the previous CS.
This triggered different reactions with a section of online users noting that PAC should apologise to Kenyans.
The hashtag was produced by a bulk of youth on social media who used it to motivate each other to enact the upcoming General Election based upon issues and not along tribal lines.
This trend was started by the Kenya Red Cross where netizens utilized it to discuss numerous concerns that are impacting environment modification in East Africa.
The topic was also on the trends following a conference by the Jubilee Party to choose authorities for the elections slated for April ended in chaos.