Why Uhuru’s car had mounted plate upside down[Revealed].

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The president's car[Photos/Courtesy].

“Definitely this has a meaning, it depicts how the government has failed terribly, govt functions and priorities upside down,” said Stinger.

Kenyans are still mesmerized by a situation in which President Uhuru Kenyatta’s car was spotted with an upside down number plate.

This was noticed when the president was arriving at Harambee House in Nairobi on Sunday March 15th to address the country on the government’s state of preparedness on Coronavirus and what the masses should do to avoid contracting the virus which three cases have already been affected within.

As he alighted he did not shake hands with members of his cabinet as usual as a way of living by example in this era of Corona pandemic

More startling was the number plate on his car, it had been mounted upside down that instead of KCW8H it read something like this H086 MƆʞ.

Though Kenyans reacted fast asking to know who was responsible for this mixup,  jihami.com can authoritatively reveal how this is still okay for the president’s car to have an upside down number plate whenever there is no flag on it so that it can be noticed with ease.

See what Kenyans instead thought of this:

“What was the hurry for then put president’s numberplate upside-down,” posed Kidunduhu Babu.

“Definitely this has a meaning, it depicts how the government has failed terribly, govt functions and priorities upside down,” said Stinger.

Another online user added: “The president himself is in panic over Corona… Tough days ahead my people.”

“To confuse the virus,” said Victoria Madola.

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It goes without mentioning that anytime a country is facing a challenge, the head of state is also expected not to fly his car’s flag but instead grief the situation by using an upside down number plate.

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