Nasa supporters embark on ‘Road to Canaan’
The online battles of supremacy and endless tag of war between political parties has intensified with National Super Alliance (Nasa) now embarking on a “Road to Canaan” campaign to woo more voters.
On Wednesday the hashtag #CanaanForAll was trending for the better part of the day as Nasa supporters camped on Twitter to drum up support for the campaign.
Nasa supporters also went ham on the Jubilee government pointing out their failure to deliver what they promised Kenyans.
Jubilee bloggers go ham on Nasa on Twitter
This is what they had to say:
Canaan will heal lots of wounds, mend all the pieces,dilute all the hate, end all the misery, restore all of the hope..#CanaanForAll
— Hussein Ali (@husska89) July 26, 2017
#CanaanForAll except for land grabbers and those who haven’t explained why their eyes are red
— Nkosinathi-Buthelezi (@kenyanzulu) July 26, 2017
The contrast between Gatundu and Malava District Hospitals is shameful and very distasteful. All will be equal in Canaan #CanaanForAll pic.twitter.com/KSVlJEGXxS
— Phil (@Phil_254) July 26, 2017
I must marry in Canaan maisha ya ubachelor is an Egyptian thing #CanaanForAll
— Tim Wuod Appele (@TimonOgaga) July 26, 2017
I wanna be part of this history making process….lets reclaim back our country
— Jay (@jairosherwin) July 26, 2017
After August 8, I don’t want to hear again someone asking me my tribe. That was Egypt. No tribes in Canaan. #canaanForAll
— Bettylne Mbugua (@BettylneM) July 26, 2017
Canaan will be a place where Freedom of Expression is protected #CanaanForAllpic.twitter.com/3p2YIqDt05
— Charles Mark Dienya (@MarkDienya) July 26, 2017