CS Amina tweeted this on Uhuru. Big mistake!
Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed early Monday morning tweeted on why the Jubilee government deserves another term.
Dr Mohamed accompanied her tweet with photos taken at a recent campaign meeting where she vouched for President Uhuru Kenyatta’s re-election..
A Uhuruto banner was prominently displayed on the background of the podium where she was seated with community leaders.
Kenyans on Twitter blasted the CS for engaging in politics.
Jubilee Government has done a lot; we need another term to deliver all promises made to Kenyans. pic.twitter.com/pPXHAOKJRv
— AMB. (Dr.) Amina C. Mohamed (@AMB_A_Mohammed) July 30, 2017
The tweet elicited varied reactions, with most users castigating the CS for engaging in politics.
Advice Uhuruto that it is better to go down gracefully than clinging to power and losing all respect the world ever had for y’all.
— Romana (@Thumbelinarh) July 31, 2017
The law is clear. You shouldn’t be campaigning unless you have vested interests most specifically looting for another 5 years.
— Benjamin Ondigi (@benthetwist) July 31, 2017
We respect you Madam Amb, it’s not your duty to drum up support for the government just serve your term or quite and join politics.
— Doc Oduor McOngili (@DcOduor) July 30, 2017
As a Government officer, you can work with any Gov and still finish any projects if any
— ChrisM (@Wanzyoka) July 31, 2017
Kenyans are sober. yes they’ve done alot of nothing other than corruption unemployment looting the list is endless…..
— Seita Lewarani (@Seitalewarani) July 31, 2017
Its sad when cabinet ministers get involved in politics! How can you get into campaigns?
— Stephen Kioko (@stephekioko) July 31, 2017
Only 7 days and someone will be warming up for your job. Spend the time plotting next move. Thanks for your service.
— Fred W (@FredWilO4) July 31, 2017
My good sister, please for your own good sake leave campaign politics to politicians, stick to what u do best; Foreign Affairs Ministry.
— Hamid Sheikh (@HamidBambosh) July 31, 2017