Kiharu Member of Parliament, Ndindi Nyoro, has become the subject of hilarious jokes on social media for his English which is heavily laced with his mother tongue accent.
The MP attracted the attention of viewers of an interview on national TV when he broke into a war of words with Kisumu Woman Representative Rosa Buyu.
At some point, their exchange was so heated that Ms Buyu asked Mr Nyoro stop ranting and not knowing what he is talking about.
Kenyans online gave an assessment of the MP’s articulation on TV with some terming it as a ‘massacre’ of English.
— Larry Madowo (@LarryMadowo) September 10, 2017
Is it true Rosa Buyu called KTN’s wordsmith Willis Ochieng to interpret what Ndindi Nyoro was saying? Told you English and Swahili are alien
— Nelson Havi (@NelsonHavi) September 11, 2017
— Harrison Marex (@olemarex) September 10, 2017
Rosa Buyu: Do you know what ranting means?
Ndindi Nyoro: 👇 pic.twitter.com/3NDJuDNjQy
— Pangalo® de Walter (@pangaloz) September 11, 2017
Ndindi Nyoro said “My Egrich Tisha”… that’s when I realized he must have attended the school that all those Equity Bank tellers attended.
— MR. BLAK (@blakaende1) September 10, 2017
#Decision2017 ndindi nyoro stop aurging like someone who never went to school
— A J Mandu snr (@tonymandu1) September 10, 2017
Ndindi Nyoro is one of the most annoying panelists!
— Maida Makotsi (@mmakotsi) September 10, 2017
Ndindi Nyoro should do himself a favor and stop going for TV interviews.
— MamaStë (@MsoMuthoni) September 11, 2017
Am a fan of sidebar &decision2017 bt when i saw ndindi nyoro i knew english was up for massacre & the word sensible debate wld lose meaning
— Zuyder (@Zuyder_reen) September 10, 2017
— Lacazette FC (@DennisTambo) September 10, 2017