Kenyan comedian Mulamwah recently created a Facebook page for his newly born daughter named Keilah Oyando. The comedian have been sharing a number of posts on his daughters page to engage the forty eight thousand followers. Just a few minutes ago, Mulamwah elicited mixed reactions online after he decided to share a post on Keilah's page. Social media users reacted on the same post after Mulamwah wrote that her daughter is about to have more followers than her mother, Carol.
Mulamwah shared a post on her daughter's page stating that Keilah is just about to surpass her mother's followers on Facebook. Mulamwah's post created controversy online. Majority reacted in the comment section. They told Mulamwah that he should stop confusing people that it is Keilah who is posting yet it is him.
Netizens on social media reacted to Mulamwah's post on his daughter's page. Majority told him that he should just keep posting the baby's pictures till when she will come of age. Here is the full post shared by Mulamwah.
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