It appears CORD rally today at Uhuru Park really ‘pissed’ Kenyans on twitter who always want nothing to do with politics. It is always hard to tell whether it is a case of poor schooling or wrong curriculum but Kenyans on twitter are so apathetic to politics that you would think the problems facing the country due to weak political leadership doesn’t affect them.
This is how they were blaming CORD which has no mandate to resolve the problems facing the country apart from loudly grumbling so that the government listens and acts:
It's only that constitution doesn't provide impeachment of opposition. I'm sure more than 50+1 of Kenyans would vote for that one #CORDRally
— Hovely One (@HOVELYZZ) September 23, 2015
We need a totally new word to describe this group; This isn't opposition. It's an invention. Kenya is truly a country of firsts! #CORDRally
— Kariuki Maina (@CaptKariz) September 23, 2015
Any Kenyan who will send money to that paybill number will have fallen to the most foolish trap of the year #CORDRally
— Tony Kinyua (@TKinyuaG) September 23, 2015
So does CORD know that teacher's salaries are a recurrent expense? Do we contribute monthly...ama? #CORDRally
— Ciru Muriuki ãƒ„ (@CiruMuriuki) September 23, 2015
— Ma3Route (@Ma3Route) September 23, 2015
Those unleashing ethnic tweets on this hashtag ~~> #CORDRally you are definitely part of the problem. Teachers strike affects all Kenyans!
— Leon Lidigu (@LeonLidigu) September 23, 2015
Whenever i listen 2 Kalonzo i laugh coz he has no power 2 do anything,Infact he cant scare anyone even a fly on top of a melon #CORDRally
— Eric Kogi (@erickogi) September 23, 2015
— Nyeri Politician (@ngunjiriwambugu) September 23, 2015