A wannabe or failed female comic act in Kenya is currently enjoying her 15-minutes of fame on youtube over a mediocre attempt to ridicule Nigeria by claiming President Jonathan traveled to Kenya with seven private jets.
She seems to have caught on to the latest Internet meme of seeking fame by insulting Nigerians knowing fully well that her amateur act will be propagated by any Nigerian slag with a blogger accounts who desperately wants to be the first to spread a rumour.
Her claim was refuted by none other than the Special Adviser on Media Affairs to the President, Ruben Abati, on his twitter account.
His tweet insisting that President Jonathan did not travel to Kenya with seven private jets was completely unnecessary and petty.
Ruben Abati went on to ask her to prove her claim knowing very well that the wannabe comedian simply can’t.
Firstly, the joker herself with all her theatrics, gesticulations and facial muscle movements comes across like someone desperately trying to be funny. Pathetically, she comes across like a failed stand-up comic wannabe.
Secondly, the b**ch didn’t say President Jonathan came with seven Presidential jets. She said private jets! To someone like her, every plane on the tarmac that doesn’t have the Kenya Airways insignia must be a private jet and since the almighty president of Nigeria is visiting the private jets must be his.
Kenyans like her have still not recovered from the invasion of Nigerian millionaires to Kenya a few months back so every time she sees a plane without the
Kenya Airways insignia it must be a private jet owned by a Nigerian and on this particular day the Nigerian president was visiting. After all, Kenyans, in their wildest imagination cannot fathom the amount of wealth in Nigeria.
In line with our editorial policy not to give much column space to those attention seekers who attack the image of this country we implore every Nigerian to allow this woman’s 15-minutes of fame to pass quickly by ignoring her.