The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) Director of Communications, Philip Etale was on Wednesday 21st July, found himself on the receiving end following poor photographs captured during his boss, Raila Odinga's trip Mombasa alongside a number of members of parliament from Central Kenya.
Majority of Kenyans were stranded on why the party could not afford high quality cameras to capture high quality photos of their boss.
Philip Etale was forced to bow to the pressure from Kenyans and finally apologized. Through his social media platforms, he revealed that he received a lot of messages both in SMS, WhatsApp and messenger and even phone calls from people complaining over the issue.
"Ladies and gentlemen, a good and progressive person listens to concerns and takes criticism positively. Today there was a high profile meeting involving my boss Raila Odinga that had poor photography," Etale said.
He further promised that as one of the individuals charged with ensuring high quality image, he will never allow the same to happen and asked people to forgive him.
"I promise it will not happen again, please forgive me," he said.
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