Kanze Dena
Kanze Dena

On Saturday, State House spokesperson Kanze Dena was on the receiving end from Kenyans after she erred in her speech,

While briefing journalists at Kisumu State Lodge on president Kenyatta's visit to the Nyanza region ahead of the Madaraka Day celebrations.

Kanze Dena announced that Burundi's president Evariste Ndayishimiye will be jetting in on 'Monday the 35th,' instead of May 31st a blunder that saw Kenyans make fun of her on social media.

A day later, Kanze posted a photo of herself from the lakeside accompanied by a caption that read;

Uplifting mellow sounds from the lakeside, when God shows up He shows off! #KisumuVybes #35thmanenos

As Kenyans flocked to inquire about which month or calendar has 35 days in it, the former Citizen TV presenter saw the funny side of it and was happy to hilariously respond to her followers who reminded her of her gaffe.

Aliceb wrote:

Hio tarehe 35 ni lini😂😂😂

Kanze responded: coming soon dear

Dambaken said: "Hio ni calendar gani unatumia?".

Kanze responded: coming soon

dibah.h said: "Even that calendar is unconstitutional."

Kanze responded: hebu niambie...kumbe calendar is a constitutional document!? Thanks for the heads up

Man is to err and it is good to see that how Kenyans reacted to her blunder did nothing to affect Kanze Dena's spirits.

But I low key wish December had 35 days!