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Published On: Mon, Aug 29th, 2016

Kenyans make fun of Uhuru’s photo with Robert Mugabe

 

NAIROBI – Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe is among several heads of states who are in Nairobi for the sixth Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD)

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta held talks with Robert Mugabe on the sidelines of TICAD VI on Saturday, August 27, and Kenyans made fun of their photos

President Uhuru Kenyatta held talks with Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe on the sidelines of the sixth Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD).

Kenyans on Facebook were attracted to one of the photos taken during the meeting and tried to caption it.

Here are some of the hilarious statements that they posted:

Sharlom Amos: Ambia hawa watu wako waache izo ufala za mugabe quotes ama nianguke chini sai

Justin Murìithi: Mugabe:huyu jamaa wa vitendawili ako? Uhuru:eeh Mugabe:sasa mdunge hizi quotes nitakushow.

Kihara Charles: cord ya kwako inakupele aje?sipumui lakini nimewafichia white.

Kiri Mosh: Nishike kabla niangukr kwa hii carpet yenyu

Emmaross Mkenya: Uhuru asking….na sikuizi umekonda

 

Kenyans make fun of Uhuru's photo with Robert Mugabe

Charles Giltrap: Uhuru: “I had to see for myself that your still alive hehehehe …” Mugabe: “please keep your hands where i can see them sir.”

Norman Mwai: Unye;did u say that we are thieves? Robert Mugabe: I only said that cardinal Maurice Otunga never stole from his people… Achana na media!

Kendi Maina: Uhuru: how do u manage to look this young? You never age my friend Robert Mugabe: Age for who? Then who will be dropping all those famous quotes you see making rounds?

Humphrey Kamoet: Mugabe:I once visited your Father here in Nairobi before I became president.! Uhuru:Aaaaah!U are still going strong Mr president.

Julie Huldah Badia: “Tell me O master, how do you do it?” asked Uhuru

Yvette Ibrahims: Marry me my love…

Kenyans make fun of Uhuru's photo with Robert Mugabe

President Uhuru Kenyatta and Robert Mugabe shake hands after their meeting on the sidelines of TICAD VI on Saturday, August 27. Image: PSCU