Its the last day of January aka njaanuary and Kenyans cannot hold back their excitement.
January has been nicknamed njaanuary in the country to show the rate at which people get broke after spending almost all their savings in December celebrations.
January is not a slow month just in Kenya, but all over the world. It comes with its own blues that most cannot deny. Getting through January is an extreme sport for most Kenyans. It usually seems longer for most people because of the economic times.
Kenyans have flooded social media to express their joy and celebrate that the long month is finally over. Best of all, the month comes to an end on a Friday.
“Surviving three months of Njaanuary ain’t a joke. I feel like a legend somehow, Thanks to Allah,” wrote @achuti_geovan.
Check out the hilarious tweets below;
This is how we mobilize after knowing 40 days of Njaanuary are over! Haunty wa allier. pic.twitter.com/17rXJZDVBL
— Minguna Minguna ⚪️ (@mingunamingunah) January 29, 2020
Finally Njaanuary imeisha…God is good ✌️ pic.twitter.com/Ae2K5PrN78
— Blair Mwenda (@MwendaBlair) January 31, 2020
Vile tunaingia February after 700 days of Njaanuary.. pic.twitter.com/8MXrjNPTIe
— Wuod Nyauyoma Nifra🇰🇰🇪🇪 (@WuodNyauyoma_) January 31, 2020
Its the 99th day of njaanuary. Thank you Almighty for this gift of seen this day.
— local man🇰🇪 (@mush_kymoh) January 31, 2020
— 🌟Erick Bonyi 💥🇰🇪 (@erickobyimz) January 31, 2020
— Aquila East Africa (@AquilaEA) January 31, 2020
— KabarakFinest001 (@KabarakFinest01) January 31, 2020
60 Days of #njaanuary are over..YOU MADE IT 🔥🔥🔥.. That’s enough reason to pop some bottles 🍾🍾🍻 tonight
Music policy by deejay_harie_254 🔥🔥🔥. Don’t miss let’s kick start the weekend on a high Gear Location : northen… https://t.co/uWWUICfGLG
— Raversparadise_lounge (@Raversparadise_) January 31, 2020
Njaanuary haijaishaa 😂😂😂 https://t.co/vVjEvwVN7U
— Thomas Ludovick (@tludovick) January 31, 2020
Njaanuary can make you hate your friends for refusing to lend you money, when in real sense, it is your own poor financial planning habits 😊. Never again will ever enter January with empty-pockets. I better cry in December and smile through Njaanuary!
— juma G. 🇰🇪 (@jumaf3) January 31, 2020
— kisilu Nicodemus mwanzia 🇰🇪 (@KisiluNicodemus) January 31, 2020
First Friday of February pale kwa Bukla like Njaanuary never happened 😂😂😂😂pic.twitter.com/EffR5KKwI9
— Evans Bett (@iam_bett) January 30, 2020
Surviving three months of Njaanuary ain’t a joke. I feel like a legend somehow 😀😀 Thanks to Allah
— Geovan (@achuti_geovan) January 31, 2020