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Rest in Piece English: Queen’s Language Under Siege in Kiambu

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Kenyans could not hold their laughter any longer after what was thought to be a CNN interview with a Kiambu man surfaced.

The video seemed to had been edited from a related source and linked to CNN’s Brianna Keilar interview with an X-COVID-19 patient.

The middle-aged Kiambu man wore a summer hat and expressed his joy after recovering from coronavirus.

He said, “Let me first return many many thanks for inviting me to speak inside a television (sic), you are catching me one on one from Kiambu Kenya, today I’m feeling hot like lack of importance,” he said in part.”

The Kiambu man proceeded by narrating how he contracted the virus under the subnormal circumstance.

“I was at the Mutura base when my head started biting me and I thinked it was because I had not drinken tea in the morning, I started feeling English English (sic) and decided to go to the hospital,” he added.

While some Kenyans believed that the video was legit, journalist Rasna Warah disregarded the video, claiming that it does not make any sense.

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