Last night during the breakdown of different web-based social media applications, Cardi b shared video of the retired kenyan president Mwai Kibaki.This touched the hearts of Many as kenyans on twitter have communicated blended responses.
Social media apps like facebook, instagram and whatsapp around the world were down from yesterday.In the video that the US rapper shared, previous Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki accompanied by his wife lucy kibaki had called for a press briefing.
This was when president kibaki was being rumoured to a Nyeri government official Mary Wambui. Many believed that she was the second spouse of the president. Due to the tension on Lucy, the President needed to come out and dispel any confusion.
During the question and answer session, the President confirmed that he just had just a single spouse and that was Lucy Kibaki.Since twitter was the only social media stage that was working, Cardi b intended to depict the President's steadfastness and loyalty to his relationship.
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