"Mbona Sisi Hujilazimisha Mpira?" Ezekiel Mutua Tweet Hours After Kenya Exit From AFCON And 1-1 Draw
By MimiNaWewe | self meida writer
Published 16 days ago - 0 views
The CEO of Kenya Film Classification Board(KFCB) Ezekiel Mutua is trending after his tweet hours after Harambee Stars drew 1-1 with Egypt and after their exit from AFCON. Harambee Stars lost but they really tried, their game really improved as compared to the previous games. But this was not according to the KFCB boss, Ezekiel Mutua.
(Photo| Ezekiel Mutua)
Ezekiel Mutua tweeted why are Kenyans forcing themselves to play football, they should just stick with running because they are good at running. Ezekiel Mutua's tweet has elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans, both angry and confusion and it has made him to trend. Some said that was a bad thing for a leader to say and it could have better for him to remain silent than talking this way.
(Photo| Ezekiel Mutua Tweet)
Some Netizens wondered why Mutua is against youth. Some said if football is banned how can some people discover their talent like Olunga. Here are some of the reactions from Netizens.
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