Uhuru Kenyatta suspends his social media accounts
You will not be able to follow, like or comment on President Kenyatta's social media accounts, at least for now.
This is after the head of state suspended all his social media handles on Friday morning over unauthorised access by some staff in his office.
The first to go was his Twitter account, @UKenyatta, with its 3.62 million followers and 12,300 tweets.
Moments later, his verified Facebook account, #Uhuru Kenyatta, was blacked out.
This sparked off speculation that one of Africa's Twitter presidents had been suspended by the microblog.
But Mr Kenyatta had not violated any of the rules and Twitter was not giving that explanation for the missing account.
"Sorry, that page doesn’t exist!" that is the response Twitter was giving.
The rumours of Twitter taking action against the president were fanned by the fact that hours before the suspension, he had tweeted a stern warning on corruption.
"If you are corrupt we will fight you. You can be my brother or my sister or my closest political ally, but if you are corrupt we will fight you,” Mr Kenyatta tweeted from Windhoek, the Namibian capital, where he is on a state visit.
After hours of speculation, his Chief Of Staff Nzioka Waita tweeted that the accounts had been deactivated.
"On account of unauthorised access to the official social media handles of H.E the President of the Republic of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta .All official social media handles for the President have been temporarily suspended to allow for the necessary remedial measures to be undertaken," he said.