President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday hosted dance group FBI at State House in Nairobi to record a video campaign aimed at encouraging the youth to register as voters, with just five days to the end of the registration exercise.
During the making of the video, President Kenyatta and the FBI engaged in dance which has since elicited different reactions on social media.
Photos of the president dabbing has rubbed some social media users the wrong way, choosing to vent their frustration on Facebook and Twitter using #DabOfShame
President Uhuru has received a barrage of criticism over his move, with many accusing him of “having too much fun” while the country in tumbling in strikes (doctor’s and lecturers) and hunger.
Some of social media users have however come to the defense of the president saying it was hypocritical of Kenyans to curtail the president’s right to live his life because of the challenges facing his administration.