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Hilarious Kenyans Make Funny Descriptions of the New Party by Former CS Mwangi Kiunjuri on Twitter

Nomys 06/25/2020

Former Cabinet Secretary Mwangi Kiunjuri yesterday launched The Service Party that saw Kenyans do what they love best, making fun.

Led by Senior Counsel Amednassir Abdullahi who described the colors of the party as feminine, the rest followed suit.

"Is this party (in its colours, symbols and design outlay) too feminine for Kenya's rough masculine politics?"

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Mwangi Kiunjuri in a past event. Photo/courtesy.

Kiunjuri launched the new party in a hope to bring change in the country. Kenyans took it to the next level of mocking the colors.

Ranging from fancy names to odd advertisements association, the social media users had more than enough fun on the topic.

Gladly, the focus of the descriptions was mainly on the colors and the party unlike the individuals. View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Kiunjuri during the party launch yesterday. Photo/Courtesy.

Here are some descriptions.

Ngong'u Kiarie: Haha. That poster looks like a Valentine's dinner party.

Chris Munene: Looks like some dating app.

Dan Smith: Looks like a blue band tin party.

Icon Jose Okari: Party of slay queens.

Victor Machuka: Looks like a family party.

Geoffrey Murigu: It is more of an advert for some medicine. It's a throw.

Moses Tanui: Tropical sweets party.

Bernard Omari: Blue pilled party.

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Top Comments
GUEST_5qrM6kyj1 · 06/28/2020
servicing Kenyans or slay queens?
+254-71118**** · 06/25/2020
The results of doing things with mafeelings

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