Omar Lali, the Lamu beach boy who was thrust into national limelight several years ago following his relationship with Keroche CEO Tabitha Karanja's daughter is back in the limelight again.
This is after popular presidential candidate George Wajackoyah and his running mate of the Roots party of Kenya nominated him to the position of Beach Boys coordinator ahead of the coming general elections.
The appointment of Omar Lali sparked reactions on social media with many kenyans supporting the appointment even as a small number dissented and pointed out that Wajackoyah is joking with the presidency. Here are some of the comments.
Samuel: Kenya is a maturing democracy, USA was at this stage a century ago
Anton LaVey and the likes were tolerated. WAJACKOYA is in that bracket, let's put up with him. He is mad but he is our own, we can't throw him away.
James: The office of presidency in the republic of Kenya has lost its dignity. UhuruRuto were the greatest jokers of our modern democracy. They never respected government institutions. There is no separation of powers now every jokers never take anything seriously.
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