KOT can’t believe there’s cholera outbreak at posh Daystar University
Kenyans on Twitter greeted news of a cholera outbreak at Daystar University, Athi River campus, with amusement.
Ten students at the campus were admitted at various hospitals for treatment after getting infected at the high-end institution over the weekend.
The first case was reported at 7am on Saturday.
Netizens were besides themselves with laughter as users wondered how such a private university could find itself dealing with a disease associated with filth.
But how did cholera get into Daystar university.Does it mean huko hakuna slay queens?
— Nahashon_Kipkoech,RN ?? (@NahashonSheezy) September 25, 2017
Daystar University has confirmed that 8 of their students have been admitted in hospital and the diagnosis is CHOLERA.
— Global Citizen (@ItsMutai) September 25, 2017
8 daystar university students in athi river affected with cholera.Kwani ule jamaa wa kipundipindu alienda uko rave during the weekend??
— Oscar pentium (@Oscarpentium) September 25, 2017
The water company in nairobi is the one to blame for this daystar university cholera outbreak and many other outbreaks. Water poorly treated
— Brunsey (@MutumaKE) September 25, 2017
Sad that 8 students are admitted for cholera from Daystar University ??, we from ghetto know it as "kipindupindu" and we live along well ?
— Kev!n (@McOdongoKevin) September 25, 2017
I stand with Daystar University at this trying moment. Cholera is no joke ayeee
— Saro Wiwa (@sarowiwa95) September 25, 2017