Check out the hilarious compilation of the memes that have been trolling over the social media platforms following the country's closure by the President of Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta.
Since the dating president Uhuru Kenyatta made the press media concerning the covid-19 guidelines, the Kenyans have sparked the online and social media platforms with hot memes.
On many occasions of last month, there is a common meme which have been circulating viral in social media platforms. The meme was being mainly used to refer to the condition of the people experiencing in certain pressure or specific challenges.
The meme was a reptile photo, likely to be a frog dressed as a human. And at the top of that photo, there was a satirical writing expression on what someone can do to make the situation better.
The meme was circulation through WhatsApp status for netizens despite their ages. To be more exciting and attract netizens' attention, it should bear a highlight that has a lot of humor.
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