A distasteful tweet by Makueni Senator led him into unfamiliar territories after he was attacked by a Kenyan who seemed to strongly disagree with his sentiments.
The Makueni senator had quoted a tweet from the official Judiciary account with a statement that read “Just in case anyone thought the CJ will be a pushover” in reference to the statement issued by Chief Justice Martha Koome after the swearing-in of the 34 judges.
The Kenyan responded to Mutula Kilonzo’s tweet by saying ” Unaongea vibaya na kama sio viagra hungechaguliwa” in reference to a popular allegation that his father Mutula Kilonzo died of Viagra overdose.
Though, 3 years ago, an autopsy report ruled out the possibility that former Makueni Senator Mutula Kilonzo might have taken a sex-enhancing drug before his death.
A Nakuru based medical doctor, testifying in a public inquest into the legislators’ death told a Machakos court there was no evidence of a physical external injury or signs of a struggle in and outside the house where his body was found.
“Honourable Mutula Kilonzo died of massive haemorrhage (bleeding) into the chest and cranial cavity, significantly elevated blood pressure due to several factors including but not limited to excess ingestion of pseudoephedrine with caffeine,” Dr S.W Mwangi told Senior Resident Magistrate Kipkurui Kibellion.
Pseudoephedrine is a drug usually used as a decongestant to shrink the blood vessels in the nasal passages.
Mutula Kilonzo has in the recent past been accused of making distasteful tweets aimed at worshipping the oppressive Jubilee regime. A privileged kid, Mutula Kilonzo has been told by social media users to fuck-off because his family benefitted from the oppressive dictator Moi’s regime.
At one time he was under fire for supporting the lock-down and alleging that Corona was spreading because Kenyans were not following the laid down protocols by the ministry of Healthy and if Kenyans would not shape up, the country should be locked.
The late Mutula Kilonzo was a long-time lawyer to dictator Moi.
Here are some tweets from Kenyans dismissing the senator.
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