ANC Party leader Hon Musalia Mudavadi has been on a tour to the Central region in the Counties of Meru and Tharatha Nithi. He fellowship at Chugu and later joined members of the Hope Ministries—Meru for a fundraiser towards church development.
He was accompanied by many leaders several leaders including EALA MP Hon Mpuri Aburi, Nairobi Senator Sakaja Johnson, former PS Mutea Iringo, former Imenti North MP Silas Muriuki, Meru ANC Branch among others.
The communications team has made a major blunder while communicating the event that has left netizens roasting them. The admin to ANC party Facebook page has quoted the Bible wrongly which he has been corrected by netizens and told to be serious.
"The hand that receiveth is the one that is blessed." ANC PARTY
From the post, It should have been that the hand that gives is the one that is blessed according to the Bible but the admin posted the other way round. See some of the reactions below.
"NO SIR !.... IT'S THE HAND THAT GIVETH THAT IS BLESSED!... NYINYI HUPIGA RUTO SANA ANAPOPEANA KANISANI... HATA BIBILIA HAMUELEWI." Ken Mahungu
"Ati the hands that what??" Francis Ngugi
"Musalia's communication team is sleeping on the job since morning this information should have been send in newsrooms a long time ago." Wafume Jacob
"The hand that gives not then receive." Edu Tanui
What is your take on this mistake by such a high profile Presidential aspirant? Is it he is used to being given and receiving as alleged by the deputy president?
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