Cooperative bank of Kenya has found itself on the bad side of the law after they used the picture of a man in a video that has since gone viral in social media saying"ntakufinyaaa".
According to one of the Twitter users who replied to the cooperative bank post today,the bank seems to have used the image without the person's knowledge and that is unprofessional.
According to him (the user) by the name Pontius Pilate,the cooperate Bodie should not use an image of a person to promote their businesses unless the person is aware. The user seems to say that people are not meant to be cooperate entities and that bounds the the cooperate bodies from using people's images.
"When a banker sees a loan defaulter eating chicken in town," cooperative captioned the photo.
"This is so unprofessional of you guys.How can you use a person's photo as a cooperate entity.This ntakufinyaaa guy should sue you for using his photo without his consent," he replied.
What are your thoughts guys,is it bad for cooperative to have used the image as their advertisement?
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