Through his Twitter page, Mohammed expressed his disappointed at the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader for not acknowledging the late Ibrahim on his page.
Ibrahim who passed on last week was a member of ODM party and a staunch supporter of Odinga.
In 2017, Ibrahim vied for Kamukunji constituency parliamentary seat on an ODM ticket but lost to his rival Yudsuf Hassan who ran on a jubilee ticket.
It is not clear why Odinga's Twitter manager and communication team failed to acknowledge Ibrahim death publicly.
The ODM Communication director Philip Etale is yet to respond to the tweet shared by Mohammed.
May the soul of Ibrahim rest in peace and we wish his family well during this difficult moments.
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