He started by hailing his long term friend, and his boss Justin Bedan Njoka Muturi for being anointed to be Mt Kenya Spokesperson in a colorful event held at the sacred Mukurwe Wa Nyagathaga, and witnessed by thousands of "Jubilant Kikuyus".(Courtesy photo)
He then posted a video clip showing hundreds of police officers, and few elders of the Kikuyus community.
It's remembered that hon Muturi has been preparing for this rare event for the last two weeks ago. Notably, he was not seen at parliarment premises for a couple of days
According to reliable source, Muturi was under "Quarantine spell" as per the religious instructions from Kikuyu Elders.
His post attracted several comments from kenyans, Majority of them Congratulated Hon Muturi for being crowned as Mount Kenya Spokesperson. However, some criticized the ceremony and said the Politics of central region can not be decided by few elders.
These are some of their reactions:
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