Kenyans online have expressed a range of opinions, with a large number of them opposing the media station NTV Kenya.
This is because the media outlet allegedly published images of Raila Odinga, the leader of the Azimio tribe, purportedly dozing during a church service. These now-viral photographs provoke a range of reactions.
Here are the photographs:
photos supposedly show Azimio chief Raila Odinga sleeping in a church.
Raila Odinga, the leader of the Azimio, was accompanied by a small number of leaders who supported him. Atwoli, leader of the COTU, and Lang'ata MP-elect Jalang'o attended a church service in Karen, Nairobi County, led by Jalang'o.
The following is the tweet:
In response, a portion of Kenyans have criticized the media source, NTV, for purportedly publishing the images with a political agenda. Kenyans are anxiously awaiting the announcement of the IEBC declaration.
As others continued to laugh, Raila was criticized for the photographs that were uploaded online.
Below are additional responses:
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