With Arif Alvi Elected, Pakistanis Are Hilariously Saying Goodbye To Mamnoon Hussain

By Biya Haq | 4 Sep, 2018

Well, it finally has happened. Arif Alvi has officially been sworn in as the 13th President of Pakistan.

Source: Alvi Dental Hospital

WooOooOohooOooO! Free dental in Naya Pakistan!

And though for many this is great news, Pakistanis can’t help but feel a sense of sadness when saying goodbye to our now previ0us president, Mr. Mamnoon Hussain.

Source: UrduPoint

*Cue Acha Chalta Houn*

Bet you thought it was going to be another gif.

You were right.

Source: Sony Music India

The 12th president of Pakistan was sworn in, in 2013. Since then, Hussain has done, well, things, I’m sure. But he has been known mostly for his work of staying out of the limelight. Like, WAY out of the limelight. Until now, of course.

But, regardless, a goodbye is a goodbye. And with that,

Pakistanis cannot help but say their adieu’s to Mamnoon Hussain in the most hilarious way.

Oh geez.

Ouch, but like, lol.

Suffice to say, his legacy will not be forgotten. Thanks for the memories and your service, Mamnoon! Love you.

What do you think of our new president? Will he uphold any of his promises in the future? Is Naya Pakistan stronger? Let us know what you think in the comments below.

People Can’t Stop LOL-ing At President Mamnoon’s Face During The Oath Taking Ceremony

President Mamnoon Hussain Was Seen At The Pakistan Day Parade And Everyone’s Cracking The Same Joke


Cover photo source: UrduPoint

Share This

More Recent Stories

Dinly

Small Cake Ventures That Need To Be On Your ‘Buy Now’ List

3 Oct, 2022

#Honoringtherealheroes – Chakor Ventures Rewarded Cash Prizes to Commonwealth Medalists

3 Oct, 2022
Dinly

Do You Have Mommy Issues? Here Are 7 Common Signs

1 Oct, 2022

Humaima Malick like never seen before as ‘Daaro’ in ‘The Legend of Maula Jatt’

22 Sep, 2022
Dinly

TECNO Launched Camon 19 Pro in Pakistan with 64MP Bright Night Portrait camera with RGBW Technology and 0.98mm Slimmest ...

22 Sep, 2022
Dinly

Unpaid Internships: A Class Analysis

21 Sep, 2022