Renowned Kenyan comedian and radio presenter popularly known as Obinna Ike Igwe or Oga Obina as most Kenyans would call him has been one of the celebrated icons since he rose to fame after a saga of stand up comedies in chuchill show.
Well, the comedian has on Monday 14th November sparked a huge debate online during a Kiss fm radio session after showing up clad in full maasai attire, disguising himself as Maasai Herbalist.
A closer view at the photo revealed that Oga Obina had put on head beards and most surprisingly is the fact that he carried a rungu and some herbal medicine in a 5 litres jerrican. Besides him was Kamene Goro who seemed in joyous mood but had concealed her surprise.
Kenyans who came across the photo could not refrain from sharing their opinions as they staged a parade of responses giving Oga Obina some Maasai Nicknames.
A segment of Kenyan embraced his caprice move while others who couldn't conceal their deep resentment criticized his acts. See some of the reactions below;
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