Political commentor Gordon Opiyo has taken a swipe at the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) for allegedly not hiring professional photographers to take their leaders pictures while at an event.
Opiyo, who has been a great critic of ODM and its leaders has now revealed that the ODM Party Communication Director Philip Etale uses his phone to take pictures of Raila Odinga, the former Prime Minister, while at events.
In a series of attacks on ODM, Opiyo also noted that ODM doesn't pay their social media bloggers unlike other parties like Jubilee and UDA.
Attaching a photo of Raila Odinga and a section of Mt. Kenya MPs, Opiyo blasted the photo for being blur.
In his sentiments, Opiyo called on ODM administration to hire professional photographers who will help in sprucing up Raila's image.
"Ken Odero says that ODM should hire professionals to to help in sprucing up the image of Baba. Look at what the One Man Communication Team of Philip Etale is doing with his one infinix phone," wrote Opiyo.
"Pay ODM Bloggers. Pay Professional Photographers. Pay Professional Social Media Experts. Hii mambo ya kufanya vitu abaramach naleta aibu Sana," added Opiyo.
ODM leader Raila Odinga has been in the coast for meetings with leaders.
His visit has raised questions on his next move politically.
Even though Raila has not put public his admiration to take over from President Uhuru Kenyatta, his Handshake partner, when his second and last term comes to an end in 2022, his brigade have announced in many occasions that Uhuru will front him for the seat.
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