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Kenyans leave no stone unturned, ruthlessly ridicule Ezekiel Mutua’s ‘resemblance’ to Martin Luther King
By Robert Abong'o | Updated Apr 06, 2018 at 09:19 EAT
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Martin Luther King and Ezekiel Mutua
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Ezekiel Mutua claimed that his resemblance the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jnr, is purely coincidental

Ezekiel Mutua made the remarks as the world celebrated the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther’s assassination

Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) Chief Executive Officer Ezekiel Mutua claimed that he resembles the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jnr.

Through a post on both his Facebook and Twitter, Mutua claimed that he had a ‘striking resemblance’ to the Dr. Luther King, referring to himself as the ‘moral police of Kenya’.

“They called him the moral champion of the black revolution in the United States. They call me the moral police of Kenya. The resemblance is striking. The inspiration unmistakable. . . .And like him, I HAVE A DREAM. . . Long live the memory of Dr. Luther King!” said Mutua on his Twitter.

He went on say that he is inspired by Luther King’s courage and moral rectitude of the Civil rights Movement leader.


“I am inspired by the moral rectitude and courage of Dr. Martin Luther king Jnr. The resemblance is purely coincidental,” added Mutua.

However, Kenyans were not impressed by this, most sharing their thoughts on social media.

Why didn't anyone tell me that Ezekiel Mutua had SERIOUSLY compared himself to Martin Luther King Jr??— Ciru Muriuki ? (@CiruMuriuki) April 5, 2018

Matiang'i and Ezekiel Mutua are reasons why children should hug their parents more often.— Eric Winston (@Sirushi_mawe) April 3, 2018

Wakubwa! Ati Ezekiel Mutua anasema he is the Kenyan version of Martin Luther King????????????? Like Kenya does not have enough lies..????????????????— Phil (@Felipe_Githinji) April 5, 2018

Imagine Ezekiel Mutua comparing himself to Martin Luther when his closest comparison is Itumbi ????????????????????????????????— aleckie ronald (@SirAlexas) April 5, 2018

Do you think Ezekiel Mutua is in a Dream? Or has a Dream? pic.twitter.com/dGqCNIwUN1— Tim Njiru (@timnjiru) April 6, 2018

Ezekiel Mutua craves attention kama tu socialites. I'm concerned though, does he pay to trend with taxpayers money?— Effie Asewe (@EffieAsewe) April 5, 2018

Ezekiel Mutua trends more on a daily basis than the organization he leads. Either, he is sponsoring some hashtags on him to hide something or he is sponsoring some hashtags about him to reach a certain personal goal, probably political!— juma ???????? (@jumaf3) April 1, 2018

Dear Daktari @EzekielMutua. Whatever you've been smoking, put it away.— John Githongo (@johngithongo) April 5, 2018

Ezekiel Mutua resembles South East Asian BONOBO MONKEY but which is not Biped.— CHRONOS HASEERA (@ChronosHaseera) April 5, 2018

I don't know where people like Ezekiel Mutua get the courage to compare themselves with Martin Luther King Jr. Thats like comparing Orengo and Murkomen— Elijah Mutua Snr ???? (@ElijahMutua_) April 5, 2018

Mutua said he dreams that one day there shall be justice and equity and moral probity in Kenya

“But with all my flaws and inadequacies, I too have a dream that one day there shall be justice and equity and moral probity in Kenya. I have a dream that one day in Kenya, leaders will be chosen on their ability to serve the people and that greatness and success will be measured, not on the basis of material possession or outward appearance, but by values and the content of one's character. I have a dream that when this new story about Kenya is written I will have played a role in it. So help me God. . . Long live the memory of Dr. King!” the KFCB boss continued

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