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Feminazi Ciku Muiruri Roasted Badly By Social Media Users For Supporting Nyakundi’s Twitter Suspension

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The ever-angry Ciku Muiruri

Feminist Ciku Muiruri was under siege yesterday when Blogger Cyprian Nyakundi fans went ham on her after her jab that was supporting the Twitter Suspension of Nyakundi.

Ciku was responding to Lawyer Donald Kipkorir’s tweet. Kipkorir had tweeted Twitter requesting them to reinstate Nyakundi’s Twitter account because the Blogger has so far made great contributions to the Kenyan online community.

To rabid feminists like Ciku Muiruri, it is freedom of expression when they agree with it. Miss Muiruri’s beef might be originating from the fact that Nyakundi’s account was suspended after he tweeted a revealing photo of Martin Khafafa, Managing Director radio Africa, where Ciku used to work.

Ciku Muiruri used to run a radio show called “busted”, a program that ravaged marriages and caused problems within the country.

The controversial media figure was also linked to a romantic relationship with the Artur brothers, the criminals that came to Kenya to salvage a container of cocaine that had been nabbed by security officials. The two brothers were deported from Kenya after they engaged in crimes like stealing cars, threatening Kenyans and security officials and selling drugs.

Ciku Muiruri with the Artur Mercenaries.

It is time for media personalities that are irrelevant to get their moment of fame by mentioning Nyakundi’s name

Here are some comments from Kenyans


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