4 reasons why April Fools’ Day is not relevant

Mildred Europa Taylor April 01, 2018
Former president of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe

April 1 is the one day of the year that people have permission to fool their friends and families. Even though it is not a public holiday in any country, the day has been celebrated worldwide for many centuries despite its roots being confusing.


Laughter is medicine, they say, hence allowing people to misbehave and pull pranks for one day should be fun. But experts say some of these jokes and humour have gone too far to hurt or harm people. This and the following reasons should tell you why April Fools’ Day is not relevant.

Last Edited by:Ismail Akwei Updated: April 1, 2018


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