Popular local radio Presenter Nyoxx Wa Katta has been trolled by online users after his photo with the Opposition leader and the former prime Minister Raila Odinga went viral. The photo has attracted different reactions from social media users.
The presenter had taken the photo almost immediately after holding an interview in the morning show Hagaria that is aired in Inooro FM. Nyoxx who is married by Katta, a radio presenter in Kameme FM has found herself in the middle of criticism and told that the she is so young to take a photo with Raila Odinga. Her fans even.wwwnt to an extent and referees to Raila as Mzee whereas they referred Nyoxx a Minji Minji.
During the morning show, Raila said that William Tito has not been working and that he has left Uhuru to work alone. How remarks about Tito has angered Euro's supporters and they have defended him. He continued to state that the BBI referendum will not be stopped due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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