Drama As Zoom Meeting Attended By Mutahi Kagwe Comes To An Abrupt End After Obscene Images Appear
By Bowlingforsoup | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 0 views
Drama was witnessed at the Kenya cancer day virtual meeting after an unknown person managed to interfere with the zoom meeting doing the unthinkable.
According to Kahawatungu news website, the unknown goon who infiltrated the virtual meeting went ahead to post obscene pictures to the dismay of senior health officials including cabinet secretary for health Mutahi Kagwe, senior doctors and other major stakeholders.
The zoom meeting commenced in the late morning hours with oncologist Mukami David as the only participant before obscene images appeared on the screen forcing the organisers to abruptly end the meeting after more explicit pictures and videos dominated the screen.
The incident was earlier on treated as possible hacking but later on it was discovered that the organization had mistakenly shared the password online. This was an unfortunate act and we hope those behind it should be prosecuted and shamed.
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