‘Jua kali’ electrical wiring inside AG’s office that puzzled KOT
When Attorney General Githu Muigai gave a live media briefing on Friday, there was a little detail in the background that has become the subject of an online debate.
The AG was speaking at his chambers to clarify that there is no vacuum power vacuum the country and that President Uhuru Kenyatta is legally in office.
But a hawk-eyed Kenyan noticed that on the wall behind the AG there were electrical cables were popping out of a shoddily done power socket .
I wasnt listening to what AG Githu Muigai was saying: I was watching the Insult to Electrical Wiring.
RT if you see it pic.twitter.com/aIqKQpS8Kz
— KenG (@kgerrishom) September 22, 2017
His observation sparked varied views and comments on Kenyans on Twitter.
The electrician must have been Amicus Curiae of the office of the AG
— Thomas Ndungani (@thomasndungani) September 22, 2017
And I’m an electrician. Was that electrician paid ??He /She shamed our profession
— gilbert kaunda (@KaundaGilbert) September 22, 2017
maze kila kitu ya hii gova ni kienyeji
— Brownn (@Kicheko_Kilio) September 22, 2017
Sketchy Electrical Wiring in such a high profile office. Shame!
— Dominic Kirwa (@kirwadk) September 22, 2017
Was astonished to see jua Kali workmanship in a Government office.
— Padie (@Padiemwangi) September 22, 2017
???? the state of the office of the govt he is defending, shame on them
— Gavrilo Princip ii (@la_Mkuu) September 22, 2017
Jubilee is Just reading that article of constitution that console them
Hiyo wire ingemchoma akidangaya
— JungleBook (@Amollo10) September 22, 2017
We need to take bad electricians to Supreme Court for this and other unforgivable sins.
— Makwada (@Sagnanoel) September 22, 2017
Ni kama hizo wire zishai mchapa shock kwa kichwa ikaformat!
— Solomon Muya (@Solomonium08) September 22, 2017
If you ever hear that there was a fire at the AG chambers and the cause was a “wiring problem” This is what it looks like. ASK JKIA
— Andy Amadi (@andyamadi) September 23, 2017
They probably didn’t spend a penny more than 12 million shillings for that sterling job.
— Maco (@dwmccreadie) September 22, 2017
Hehe, I saw it. Actually there were two sockets with such insults
— Moffatt Mash (@mashafire) September 22, 2017