It is never a dull day in Kenya as there are many content creators who go the extreme and do the unthinkable in an aim to be more funny and warm the hearts of many with laughter. The creativity of Kenyans is always on another level as many people think outside the box and come up with the best content for the online audiences.
There is a photo that has surfaced online going viral attracting reactions from netizens. From the photo, a man has posed for a photo and he had mimicked the police cop Caroline Kangogo who died in the last two days. The man was holding a gun and his legs were crossed and this attracted more controversy from majority of Kenyans.
Kenyans on social media have angrily reacted to the photon saying that the man needs to be in police custody because the photo is not funny hence it is painful to some people especially the family members of Caroline Kangogo. A section of Kenyans have accused the man as having madness of the highest order hence he should be in a mental hospital.
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