Governor Sindh Imran Ismail is being trolled for his English
So, Governor Sindh Imran Ismail is being trolled for one of his old tweets from October where he misspelled a few words
In his tweet, the poor guy was just trying to discuss the occurrence of his meeting with a “Delegation” from “Convent” of Jesus and Mary and that he will offer his full “Cooperation” for the school without any “Hindrance” but misspelled the words and used “Covenant”, “Deligation”, “Hinderance” and “Corporation” instead.
Covenant of Jesus & Mary deligation led by Principal Sister Irene Stephen & other. Was astonished to see that Qabza mafia is trying to capture school land. Assured them of my full corporation and will make sure that The school gets the land without any hinderance. pic.twitter.com/qpQYXb3VhP
— Imran Ismail (@ImranIsmailPTI) October 2, 2018
The issue at hand, though, was a serious one but why would people just let that one go so easily?
So the Twitter folks took charge and tried to correct the Governor’s spellings.
Mr. FA Pass Governor:
The correct words are:
— m majeed (@YousafM29337498) November 14, 2018
People couldn’t help bringing out their sarcastic streak.
Rest in piece every one
— Sims (@Sims69470997) November 14, 2018
And of course naya Pakistan has to be trolled every time something goes wrong
dakh sako to dakh lo tabeli ayi ry
— Baba (@babatwter) November 14, 2018
It was mentioned that the Governor is also the Chancellor of Universities of Sindh so his spelling mistakes don’t look good on him
He is the Chancellor of The Universities of Sindh, Even though he don't know how to write English.
— منتظر مھدی (@mab28696) November 14, 2018
This guy pitched in a million dollar idea.
Genius ho bhai aap tou!
Governor,u should set-up an academy to teach CSS aspirants..
Your brainstorming lectures would seal their place in competition.After all, u r credited with discovery of new spellings, carving up new words & reinventing meanings (mouth to mouth communication).
— SR Awan (@DocSRAwan) November 14, 2018
And then suggestions were poured in to use his mother tongue for tweets next time.
Suggest let your language of preference for posting on Twitter be Urdu..
— Manish Joshi (@ManishJoshi4u) November 14, 2018
It was even pointed out that the Governor was, in fact, a puppet
English writing skills of the puppet Governor are on display.
— Muhammad Imran (@mi1g08) November 14, 2018
And his academics and qualifications were questioned by QUITE a few people
This paindu may be expert in wheeling n dealing and eating up commissions as we witnessed during food relief campaign as well as election ticket allotments in 2013/2018 general elections but fact remains he’s FA 3rd division. Once a paindu always a paindu.
— Adeela Aslam (@AdeelaAslam3) November 15, 2018
There are some who’re questioning all the trolling being a little too much
He is, in fact, a Governor and his performance as a Governor should be critiqued. Further more, he said that making fun of someone’s English or appearance doesn’t make anyone superior in any way.
Not a fan of Imran Ismail but making fun of his English isn’t cool. He is governor, critique should be on his performance as governor. He isn’t English teacher, his English & spellings are irrelevant. Making fun of one’s English or appearance won’t make you superior.
— Faizan Lakhani (@faizanlakhani) November 14, 2018
Khair, jo bhee. We hope the government works in favor of the school and succeeds in solving the problem of the school.
Ever since PTI has taken office, people seem to be extra vigilant while assessing any kind of actions or activities taken into consideration by the government. Having their first shot to run the country could be one of the reasons why they’re being monitored at such a level or could be that they also trolled others a lot so it’s their turn now? But… oh well.
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