A hilarious video of the National Assembly Majority Leader Aden Duale struggling to pronounce the word “unanimity” has gone viral.
Duale’s struggle was captured on Citizen TV at a past function at the National Assembly, where President Uhuru Kenyatta addressed both Houses of Parliament.
President Kenyatta, in his then-State of the Nation address, urged Kenyans to embrace unity, even if it does not mean that all people are in agreement.
“It is important to emphasise that unity does not necessarily mean unanimity,” said President Kenyatta.
Duale, in a bid to use President Kenyatta’s exact words, made a mistake, opting to opt for a replica pronunciation of the word “unanimity”. He still got it wrong.
“Unity does not mean uni…uninima…uninimamity,” he said.
Duale’s video has been watched by thousands on Facebook.
“Unanimity”, according to Collins dictionary, means complete agreement among all the members of a group.