- Hon Junet Mohamed posted pictures of himself with Raila Odinga in Zanzibar asking Kenyans to ignore what other people are saying
- This comes after photos of Raila and a lady in Zanzibar went viral on social media
Suna East Member of Parliament Junet Mohamed on Wednesday 22 November posted pictures of himself with National Super Alliance (NASA) leader Raila Odinga in Zanzibar asking Kenyans to ignore what other people are saying.
The Suna East MP said that he was in Zanzibar with the NASA leader discussing serious issues with him concerning Kenya.
“In Tanzania with Baba discussing serious issues of my country and the region. Security is well provided. Ignore the nonsense,” the MP posted on his twitter handle.
This comes hours after photos of Raila and a lady identified as Sasha Seraphine Mbote in Zanzibar went viral on social media with all sorts of comments.
The lady who got a lot of criticism from some Kenyans responded to all the people who negatively commented on her photos. She said that by doing so, Kenyans made her famous and made her land a huge deal since she works with a tour and travelling company.
“Kenyans can #Make you or #Break you, I posted images of me and Honorable Raila Odinga just like I usually do, Coz in my line of duty I meet a lot of People, Kenyans have taken those pictures saying all sorts of things calling me names, I wanna say thank you so much my fellow countrymen you've shown the world what your made of, You just landed me a huge deal, I'm on my way to Arusha to sign the contract. www.maridaditours.co.tz Market me Kabisa my business needs it. Castigate me kabisa you are advertising my business for free Danke Schon,” she posted on her Facebook page.
NASA Director of Communications Philip Etale also responded to Hon Junet’s post and said that taking a photo with a great man (Raila) is something that many people yearn for.
“Taking a photo with a great man is something many people yearn to. The excitement that drives one to the opportunity is enormous. That feeling... Yes the feeling. And @JunetMohamed too was among those who took a photo with the enigma in Zanzibar. Others have posted theirs...,” Philip Etale posted on his twitter page.
Taking a photo with a great man is something many people yearn to. The excitement that drives one to the opportunity is enormous. That feeling... Yes the feeling. And @JunetMohamed too was among those who took a photo with the enigma in Zanzibar. Others have posted theirs... pic.twitter.com/h2HkaErWN3— Philip Etale (@EtalePhilip) November 22, 2017
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