Kenyans on Twitter on Monday launched Turudi Kazini Challenge (#TurudiKaziniChallenge), sharing their excitement to resuming work after days of anxiety and tension sparked by the August 8th general election.
In an attempt to counter National Super Alliance leader Raila Odinga Sunday's call to supporters to boycott work on Monday, Kenyans shared pictures of different parts of Nairobi and also other parts of the country showing that normalcy had returned, with most businesses from transport, banking to other sectors back to normal operation.
Photos of the usual notorious Nairobi traffic on Monday morning as most public service vehicles resumed duty were also shared.
This come days after some estates of the city were marred with protests from NASA supporters expressing their dissatisfaction with presidential election outcome announced on Friday.
Raila Odinga had called on his supporters to boycott work on Tuesday and instead wait on a big announcement from him on Tuesday on the next course of action following last Friday's outcome of the presidential election, in which he lost to President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Using the hashtag #TurudiKaziniChallenge this is what KOT had to share.
— Atanas (@atanasi_) August 14, 2017
— JOE MUHAHAMI (@Muhahami) August 14, 2017
I chose to ignore baba'S call to boycott job & guess what, I made a sell today a brilliant sale #TurudiKaziniChallenge
— Peter John (@peterjohnsnr) August 14, 2017
— Macharia Mwangi (@FrankMashMwangi) August 14, 2017
— Ahmed Salim (@ahmedsalims) August 14, 2017