Kenyans are genetically engineered to be last minute, people and if you are trying to do something about it you should just stop wasting your time, stop wasting your good time because that’s where you go wrong.
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Reasons why you should apply for Huduma number. pic.twitter.com/9irxQDEaCi
— ParteAfterParte 🇰🇪 (@kenyanmemes) April 16, 2019
😅This huduma no thing meehn,,,they requesting,, wanawasihi wakenya, pic.twitter.com/MnG7CogQbt
— Robin Tabbosky (@TabbsKuches) May 16, 2019
We will even be given a whole month to do something, a whole 30 days, and we will find each other, the neighbors, our parents, grandparents and our boss at the queue, busy pushing each other peoples and just reeking of sweat, that is the true Kenyan spirit. Like whoever goes to something first? Who? Even when we die we arrive at our own burial late in our coffins.
If the going gets tough seat it out. Out here monitoring last minute Huduma Number registration rush. Kenya Government says no deadline extension ahead of tomorrow's closure. pic.twitter.com/rhPbbHuSsf
— Ian Wafula (@Ian_Wafula) May 17, 2019
#hujumanamba @SakajaJohnson this here shows how govt have installed fear in Kenyans. At Buru Buru shopping centre, people queued from 6am till 5pm&still didnt register,I wonder are those gadgets faulty or what? Very say and annoying… pic.twitter.com/5KXFLSd9qc
— Hillary Ngasurah. (@HillaryNgasura) May 17, 2019
— Cheddah (@Cheddah7) May 17, 2019
The Huduma fiasco has had its bads and good, from bribes to long queues, the hot sun, the rude huduma number clerks who look like they are always ready to talk trash.
Kenyan's 🇰🇪 right now going for the huduma no. pic.twitter.com/sT02NOWZNg
— four kimani wanjiru (@FourWanjiru) May 16, 2019
We will go late to everything, our births, our weddings, our graduations so huduma number registration is no threat to us.