The three main messaging apps, Facebook, Whatsapp and Instagram have hanged for the better part of today's evening. These apps are mostly used by Kenyan when communicating to their loved ones or friends either locally or abroad and therefore a technical error in their operations leads to a big loss.
Many of those who tried to log into facebook were forced to wait for a long time making them to be inpatient. This drew a public attention hence concluding that the problem covers the whole world.
Majority of the citizens expressed frustration directing their anger to Communication Authority of Kenya. Some stated that they were forced to restart their devices and even uninstalled the said apps with no success. They also took a jibe at the newly elected CAK CEO Ezra Chiloba by requesting him to return the normalcy.
The relevant communication authorities are yet to issue an official statement on what might have transpired. The users of such apps are also urged to be patient.
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