In a farcical turn of events, President Maithripala Sirisena's official Facebook profile harshly responded to a person who commented on a Live Facebook coverage of the UPFA rally in Nuwaraeliya.
As President Sirisena does not handle his own Facebook profile, it is quite evident that his social media operators have used the President's profile to have a go at a person who posted a negative comment.
'Mahesh danna deyak kiyapang. E kamkaru congress kodiya' ( You don't know what you're talking about. That's the flag of the CWC)) the President's Facebook profile said, responding to a person who posted a comment about a flag that appeared in the background.
This is the second time President Sirisena found himself in embarrassing situations due to the conduct of his support staff.
It was reported last week that a letter had seen sent to media heads inviting them for a meeting by the President on a date that is long past.
The letter signed by the head of the President's media division invited them for a meeting with the President on "wednesday, the 26th of January, 2017".
Sources : asianmirror
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