21 November 2017

Kenya: Wrong Maths By Kenyan On Twitter Goes Viral

Photo: Prof.Dr.ENG. Nanguti/Twitter
The tweet has been retweeted more than 750 times and liked over 1,100 times.

Awfully wrong mathematics by an excited Kenyan on Twitter has gone viral.

Kevin Nanguti, who claims to be a professor, had claimed that the thieves who made away with more than Sh50 million from Thika KCB branch after drilling a 30-metre tunnel, could give each of the 45 million Kenyans Sh1 million.

The tweet has been retweeted more than 750 times and liked over 1,100 times.

50M, stolen from KCB Thika. We are 45 millions and if the thieves decide to give each Kenyan 1 million, they will still remain with solid 5 millions.

- Prof.Dr.ENG. Nanguti (@nangutikevin) November 20, 2017

Many noted the obvious error.

You are a professor of what again?If pray n hope its not maths...

-- maweu kelvin (@kmaweu) November 20, 2017

Tough question not likely to elicit a response.Juu ni kaa hata yeye pia hajui..at least going by the titles: Prof? Dr.? Eng?..Comes close to zile za Prof..Dr..Bishop..Rev so and so😂😂😂😂

-- George Morara (@hakimorara) November 20, 2017

Boy who taught Math???? The 45 Million will be distributed to only 45 Kenyans,Son... ..Go back to your High School & Cane your Math Teacher for looting your Fee & your Brain

-- Gatimu Jeff (@Jeff_the_GJ) November 20, 2017

The fact that you possess any academic qualification casts a very dark shadow on Kenya's education system

-- roy mula (@roymullah) November 20, 2017

Others even started a thread.

we as engineers reject this guy we hand him over to IEBC commissioners

-- Just Kennedy. (@___obull___) November 20, 2017

we as IEBC we reject him and hand him over to @CarolineMutoko

-- M.N. IG kennteh (@kenntehh) November 20, 2017


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