By: Fridah Wanjiku | Fri 18 Mar 2016, 12:12
Lions here, lions there, lions everywhere. That has been the scene in various areas of Nairobi lately.
On Friday morning, a lion was spotted roaming around Mombasa road. As usual, there was much to say about the affair but Kenyans on Twitter took it to the next level with their collective humour. Here is what they had to say:
Apparently the lions were just looking to get a haircut at the nearby Simba Saloon, an entertainment spot in the neighbourhood the lion was spotted in.
Dont worry Nairobians the lion at city cabanas just wants a hair cut. pic.twitter.com/s8cdVDMikD— clement (@_clement) March 18, 2016
With the recent news of lions roaming, the lions in the zoo need some representation as well.
After City Cabanas, pale National park cage station Simba Atari having a chat with one of his campaign delegates... pic.twitter.com/oFFTjbgZUV— K E V ¡ N° (@KayKevo) March 18, 2016
Other cats were also spotted looking for their cousin who happens to be king. What is a jungle without its king?
Morning sir? Have you seen that Lion wandering around City Cabanas? pic.twitter.com/pX5rKXM1Vr— Hashtager ™ (@MendelForReal) March 18, 2016
Some decided to delve on the grammar part and missing the joke or perhaps making a joke out of the situation. Can a stray lion break loose? That is the question at hand.
"Stray lions break loose around City Cabanas". Ha! They are STRAY then they BREAK LOOSE? How now? Isn't STRAY already LOOSE?— Tom Bwana (@TomBwana) March 18, 2016
Who knew the lions could also help solve problems?
How to punish your ex:— Private Developer ®™ (@Crazy254n) March 18, 2016
1) Plan on meeting
2) Arrange for the venue
3) Let the venue be Mombasa road, preferably City Cabanas
4) Watch them
Whatever you do, please keep safe! Join us as we welcome Simba’s son, Kion, as he assembles his very own elite team for the “Lion Guard”: defenders of The Pride Lands! Watch The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar on Saturday 26 March at 11:00 on Disney Junior (309).