24 March 2019

Kenya: Ouch! Kabogo Takes Down Cheeky Tweep With One Big Tackle

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Former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo on Sunday silenced a cheeky tweep who attempted to shame him on social media without any provocation.

It all started with a tweet from Kabogo which read: "Must kill dudus."

The post was accompanied with pictures of Kabogo spraying pesticides in his home.

To this, one tweep by the name @abdirizakwarsam, responded: "grabbed land!

This prompted Kabogo to respond with a low blow that completely silenced the tweep.

Your family land isn't it? Last night was with your mum and she didn't say anything.

- Hon. William Kabogo (@honkabogo) March 24, 2019

Kenyans on Twitter however relished the former governor's response.

"Don't throw a punch and expect a handshake... Kabogo has just paused reggae... Mans almost stopped it" said Paetrk @patric_githaiga

2h2 hours ago

"Boooom! One down, Tango, I repeat one man down, right wing cover, left wing fire, center cease fire... " commented [email protected]

"Sijui mtu akiambiwa hivo anaenda wapi sasa... somebody can even commit suicide," [email protected] wrote

"DCI Kenya send backup, squad overpowered one comrade down!" @Buffalo_ofmeru said.‏

Short story in pictures how Kabogo finished the BoyChild with one comment. 😖 pic.twitter.com/VxM1Iq1eix

- Cyprian Nyakundi Escobar (@CisNyakundi) March 24, 2019

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