Political Analyst Mutahi Ngunyi has caused a stir online after his latest birthday message to Late Former President Mwai Kibaki regarding President William Ruto's administration.
In his message to Late Kibaki, Ngunyi has asked Late Kibaki what he thinks about President Ruto's administration since he was fond of him.
Further, he has asked Kibaki to ask God to bless President Ruto's presidency and as well grant Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua aka Riggy G more grace.
"Happy BIRTHDAY Mzee Mwai Kibaki. We remember you FONDLY here on EARTH. I wonder what you, Jomo and Moi think of the Ruto Presidency from up there. You were very FOND of Ruto. Now that you HANGOUT with God every day, ask HIM to give Ruto SUCCESS and Riggy G some GRACE," Mutahi Ngunyi's message to Kibaki read.
The message by Ngunyi to Late President Kibaki has triggered a series of mixed reactions from Kenyans who have stormed the internet to pen various thoughts.
Some have asked him to ask Late Kibaki to pray for him to find a mental facility to get into, questioning his state of mind.
"He should also ask God to guide you to the best mental health facility here on earth," a netizen said.
Below are other reactions of the netizens;
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