It is not yet clear whether the deactivation of President Uhuru Kenyatta's accounts was prompted by a post on his Twitter account that declared his readiness to severe ties with family and political allies involved in corruption. Kenyatta is reportedly the most followed leader in Sub-Saharan Africa on Twitter with more than three million followers.
Uhuru Kenyatta Suspends His Social Media Accounts
Nation, 22 March 2019
You will not be able to follow, like or comment on President Kenyatta's social media accounts, at least for now. Read more »
President Uhuru Kenyatta (file photo).
Kenyatta's Social Media Accounts Suspended After 'Unauthorised Access'
Capital FM, 22 March 2019
President Uhuru Kenyatta's social media accounts have been deactivated after what State House described as 'unauthorized access.' Read more »
Why Kenyatta's Twitter and Facebook Accounts Have Been Suspended
Nairobi News, 22 March 2019
President Uhuru Kenyatta’s social media accounts were deactivated on Friday morning at the request of State House, Nairobi. Read more »
Kenyatta Tweeted in French and Kenyans Are Panicking
Nairobi News, 13 March 2019
President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday veered from the norm and Tweeted in French, perhaps in a bid to accord visiting French President Emanuel Macron a warm reception. Read more »
Power struggle has been blamed on the deactivation of President Uhuru Kenyatta's two accounts, @PresidentKE (President of Kenya) and @PSCU_Digital (PSCU Kenya Digital). The only ... Read more »
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