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Hilarious reactions in Mombasa after Kanze Dena made first State House briefing

Alfonce Ngeno
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Kanze Dena making her first ever statehouse briefing on Wednesday [Photo/PSCU]

Newly appointed State House deputy spokesperson Kanze Dena made her first press briefing on Wednesday.

Dressed in a navy blue suit, Kanze talked on various issues including the ongoing war on corruption, the president's big four agenda and his  plan to travel to Ethiopia among others.

“In the continued search for peaceand stability for our northern neighbour, Kenya will continue to support the IGAD-led process on South Sudan," she said.

Mombasa residents were however not left behind as Kenyans reacted to Kanze's first briefing.

Here are some of their reactions on Facebook.

Yach Atiop - "Congratulation Kanze!. You did well, though slight slip of tongue somehow in mentioning Sudan Kusini, Africa Kusini in one part of your explanation. All shall be well with you,"

Maina Munuhe - "Esipisu or whatever his name is should knowthat his days might be numbered. Kanze is the real deal. Sounds like taarifa ya habari,"

Tish Nambala - "We are back in the good old days where we the public were informed of what and where the president is up to. big up on this one,"

Eunice Blessed - "This is the Lords doing and it is marvelous inour Congratulations Kanze n thank you Mr. President,"

Cate Kahehu - "Waoh! Doing very well Kanze-Dena Kwa ujumbe huo. I just love your confidence considering you have not done this before,"

Samuel Mose - "A good start Kanze.What I liked most is when you were quick to correct yourself about"Vijana zetu" to vijana wetu.Congrats.Thats normal.Good things are in you waiting,"

John Chege - "I hope they dont arm twist you in giving us wrong press briefings. Its a tall order but i pray all will be well with you,"

Abdalla Musa - "For the first time we have a woman addressing us from state house hongera,"

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