Why Can’t Kyambogo University Students Join Twitter?

Why Can’t Kyambogo University Students Join Twitter?

If you think Twitter comes easy, then you have not been to Kyambogo University. Being on Twitter in Kyambogo is like having a private jet in Uganda. Because it’s almost impossible. If you are on Twitter in Kyambogo, you will be lonely, you will have no coursemates, no university mates to follow or to follow you back. It’s a lonely land.

But why are Kyambogo University students allergic to Twitter? So we figured out some reasons:

  1. No one is going to follow Kyambogo Students. They have the worst fashion.
  2. Kyambogo Students have no idea what it means to use a hashtag or play with memes
  3. Data is expensive in Kyambogo. Most students only know of WhatsApp and only use it on weekends
  4. Kyambogo University chaps think Threads are what you use to knit clothes
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