Suna East member of parliament and a co-chair of the Building Bridges Initiative secretariat honourable Junnet Mohamed, has elicited mixed reactions from netizens after he made clear his position on the BBI process.
Image courtesy: Hon Raila Odinga and Junnet Mohamed.
On his Labor Day post on Saturday, honourable Junnet met serious criticism from netizens after posting a video clip stating a staunch support to ODM Party leader Raila Odinga.
The clip he posted is of an ODM Party supporter stating his loyalty to Raila Odinga and wouldn't do anything against him, and that same way, Junnet says is his position on BBI, a post which has elicited mixed reactions from netizens.
Here are some of the reactions from netizens on the Suna East legislator's post:
"Ile siku watasema wewe ni Somali sio mjaluo ndio utajua hujui," A comment read.
"This is why Luo land remain poor since independence due to this foolishness," A comment read.
"Power of sycophancy aside nothing in BBI for the common mwananchi mheshimiwa. History will judge all of you wrongly," A comment read.
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