Kenyan socialite Huddah Monroe has been called out by some of her followers on Instagram who claimed she was lying about a statement she made on the platform.
The socialite had posted a photo of herself with the Qatari ambassador to Kenya, H.E Jaber Al-Dosari, while stating she was invited to the embassy alongside some other dignitaries to celebrate the Qatar National Day.
Some of her followers however pointed that there was no such celebration at the moment as the official national day for the Arab country is December 18th.
Huddah had written
As a nation, we need good leaders who we can trust—the kind of leaders who always put the public’s wellbeing above their political or personal interests so that the yearnings and aspirations of the common people can be realized.Thats what I TRULY admire about the Arab world 😍………….
Thank you H.E Jaber Al-Dosari for inviting us to celebrate Qatar National Day . It was an honor ….. 🎉
Well, according to Wikipedia:
Qatar National Day (Arabic: اليوم الوطني لقطر; Al-Yawm al-Waṭani li-Qaṭar) is a national commemoration of Qatar’s unification in 1878. It is celebrated annually on 18 December. The holiday was established by a 21 June 2007 decree of the then Crown Prince and Heir Apparent Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani. It is also known as Founder’s Day