Former Kiambu Governor, William Kabogo has reacted to President Uhuru Kenyatta's military attire which went viral. Photo of The Head of State in a military attire and carrying the "Sword of Power" went viral with Kenyans giving their opinions.
Photo Courtesy/ Former Kiambu Governor, William Kabogo
President Uhuru Kenyatta who is the Commander in Chief of the Defence Forces is fond of appearing in military attires during their major functions. William Kabogo reacted to the photo as he issued a stern warning to Kenyans.
@honkabogo Unsolicited advice. Do NOT cross his path. And if you do just know choices have consequences https://t.co/K5tuMt6TYx
Former Kiambu Governor has warned Kenyans against crossing President Uhuru's path since it can lead to consequences. His sentiments have elicited sharp reactions from Kenyans in the following ways;
@KelvamMunda We agree that Uhuruto must go but before he goes he must nyorosha wakora.
@MichaelKimu If he can't use the sword to "cut" fuel prices, the ligalia is not important
@JuniorMakori 2022 the sword shall be handed over to a politician from Nyanza. #kieleweke hivyo, the sword doesn't belong and won't belong to a Ruto
@Shasrack2012 Be a man go to work and stop praising your fellow man
@vinviniest Kwani kwa watu wengine you think their choices doesn't have consequences... Respect
@steeldoshi Power is temporary
@realmatoh Selling fear Kiongosi. Power is Temporary.
@Elainiesoya Is this a recent photo...he doesn't look happy
@mugambi_dijouri the mess that we are going through in this country is because of that man!! I miss Kibaki..
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