This didn't escape the eyes of Kenyans who decided to react online. A section of Kenyans online were accusing the MP and blaming him for the current health situation of Dj Evolve. Earlier last year, MP Babu Owino had short the dj in a bar and the DJ had develop spinal injuries and has not recovered fully one-year later.
This made Lord Abraham Mutai, one of the prominent bloggers in the country, to come to his rescue. The blogger defended the member of parliament through a tweet. He said that it's high time Kenyans started moving on with their lives because Babu Owino had catered for the treatment cost of the DJ and the family had forgiven him.
The tweet read,"People need to leave Babu Owino alone. Man has atone for his sins, made reparations and paid Dj Evolve's treatment. Dj Evolve and his family have since forgiven him and are moving on with their lives. But Babu's Twitter enemies are now behaving like ticks. Crying more than the bereaved."
The tweet was not taken well by a section of Kenyans who didn't take long to attack the blogger. Here are some of the reactions of Kenyans online regarding Mutai's tweet.
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