Selfie-Madness Takes over Kenya’s Wannabes

Selfie-addiction is becoming common and infectious. You’ve probably been to functions where people prioritize selfie-taking more than the agenda of the day. But it becomes pointless, meaningless, and shameful to request Bob Collymore for a selfie, and forget to exchange contacts, yet you are jobless.

In the photo featured in this post, a section of KIMC students are seen selfieing with the HOD Information and his colleague.

And the selfie-madness takes different forms, with some people risking the lives on rooftops, riverbanks, bridges and highways to capture that moment, oblivious of the risk.

This is why Russia recently launched Selfie-Taking Guidelines

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