Kenyans go in on CNN for labelling country 'hotbed of terror'

After CNN labelled Kenya as a 'hotbed of terror' in regards to US President Barack Obama’s visit to his home country, Kenyans have lashed out at the broadcaster.

 

Kenyans don't play around.

After CNN labelled Kenya as a 'hotbed of terror' in regards to US President Barack Obama’s visit to his home country, Kenyans have lashed out at the broadcaster.

Resurrecting the hashtag #SomeoneTellCNN, Kenyans let go on Twitter faulting CNN's claim that their country is a target of Al Shabaab.

The CNN headlined read “Security fears as Obama heads to terror hotbed. In the CNN report pictures of the September 2013 assault on the Westgate Mall were shown.

Check out some of the #SomeoneTellCNN tweets below;

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