The reason why Jesus had no female disciple is an aspect that can only be explained on a spiritual perspective.
According to the bible, Jesus had 12 male disciples symbolically for the sons of Jacob– 12 tribes of Israel.
A concerned online user on Wednesday posed this very mindboggling question that has generated unending and hilarious reactions with everyone trying to crack the riddle. Why did He pick a lady among the twelve disciples? Maybe you have an idea but KOT kept guessing.
Who knows why "Jesus" did not include women among his 12 disciples?🤔🤔
— Royal Lady (@RoyalKenyah) May 22, 2019
Ranging from asking for bus fare and wasting time on make-ups, Netizens offered their crazy reasons on why there were no female disciples.
Here are some of the funny comments that revealed what Kenyan men think about the weaker generation–women:
He does not want this to happen again pic.twitter.com/AIri3QSsZw
— Adeyemi Maraiyesa (@Ymarrus) May 22, 2019
He knew what happened to Adam pic.twitter.com/IDXsFguQpA
— Mdu Mpansi🇿🇼🇿🇦⚽️ (@MduMpansi) May 22, 2019
— MrsGumbi (@mbalihadebeer) May 22, 2019
Ladies could have asked for transport fee
— Beaty Kuria 🇰🇪 (@beaty_kuria) May 22, 2019
Wangeshinda wakimwambia “Master tubuyie chipo na kuku ” kila lunchtime 😤
— Nosty ™ (@TysonGithinji) May 22, 2019
He wasn’t willing to deal with the time they waste to put make up on and get ready for the movement. He had a targeted time frame. 😜
— BIGG§LAMIE (@Lammiedee) May 22, 2019
Avoiding taking selfies when he is seriously preaching to pipo in Jerusalem…..(behavior)
— Musweniwane (@YOBEDJ) May 22, 2019
The task was to follow Jesus and leave everything but a woman could not and cannot leave and forget her children while a man can
— Wamugunda (@BenjaApostle) May 22, 2019
Wen dy start menstrual period dy ll mood swing all his followers, if he tries to ask wats wrong dy ll climb bike and go home n flight mode dia phone
— NasBillions (@NasBillions) May 22, 2019
wako na kiherehere miingi sana…alafu wangegeuza intonations za every miracle ikifika kwa wengine haijikai
— Sepp Favour (@seppfavour) May 22, 2019
According to the video below, Jesus mandated the twelve disciples to go all over the world to make disciples of all nations.