Following the fact that millions of people are social media users, an unexpected incidence has now happened today leaving them in disguise.
Following the numerous complaints that have been expressed on social media via Twitter, users have angrily poured their fury online amid fears that have been elicited after the sudden inconvenience that has occurred on three of the most popular Mobile Applications, WhatsApp, Facebook and Instagram.
As per their outcries online including myself, it has been established that the three applications are not logging in anymore. The sudden refusal to log in has now left many of them surprised not knowing what may have led to the unfortunate turn of events.
A section of Kenyans have now claimed that the founders of the applications should have issued a notice in prior informing them that they inconvenience will be experienced.
However, amid fears, Facebook has issued a crucial announcement informing it's users to be patient as the technical issue is addressed by the responsible personnel. This is indeed a huge relief to the users as it may now clear the tensions that were evidently rising.
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