Disaster agency trolled for poor grammar on Twitter
The Kenya National Disaster Operation Centre on Monday faced the wrath of Kenyans on Twitter after sharing a grammatically incorrect update.
The agency was sharing updates on the collapsed wall in Westlands and tweeps diverted their attention to the poor grammar used.
Three people died on Monday after a wall collapsed on them as they were constructing a trench on Brookside Drive in Westlands, Nairobi County.
The agency shared two updates on the incident, repeating grammatical errors in both updates.
In Westlands,Nairobi three people lost their life's when they were crushed by a collapsing section of a wall of a drench under construction
— Disaster Operations (@NDOCKenya) August 1, 2016
results of backdoor jobs. R.I.P grammar
— Machio Okumu (@MachioOkumu) August 2, 2016
thanks for the update. Now, go back to grammar school and learn how to write proper English.
— Inexactitude Term (@shi_pipi) August 1, 2016
Man. I wish the wall would have collapsed on your grammar instead.
— Lol (@NginaOkeyo) August 1, 2016
its like the account is run by a Chinese,who just learned English
— carzola (@gazatwita) August 1, 2016
— Kenya West© (@KinyanBoy) August 1, 2016
The wall certainly collapsed and killed English!
— The Charles (@Charles_Warria) August 1, 2016
this post left me wondering, is it really you or an impostor? A 4th grader won't make such many grammatical in 140 characters
— Settled Nomad™ (@ggkomu) August 1, 2016
The manager of @NDOCKenya account be serious with your work my friend.Kupata kazi hii Nairobi si rahisi.
— Victor (@victormatara) August 1, 2016