Cherangany Constituency member of parliament Hon Joshua Kutuny was appointed the Jubilee party Deputy Secretary General weeks ago after his Soy Constituency counterpart was ousted.
Jubilee Party Deputy Secretary General Hon Joshua Kutuny has found himself under fire after netizens stormed his timeline to roast him after he posted a video online.
The recently appointed Deputy Secretary General has shared a video of a preacher praying for his congregation while slapping them on the head with a sarcastic caption.
The Cherangany Constituency Member of Parliament captioned the video, "The kind of prayers that kenyans need for them to appreciate their government."
Kenyans stormed his timeline to roast him for the post penning different reactions towards the post.
Most of the netizens have condemned him for not failing to protect the citizens and to represent the interests of the common Kenyans in his position.
Below were some of the reactions of the netizens to Hon Kutuny;
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