Kenyans took to Instagram to troll KICC and moral cop Ezekiel Mutua, begging him to ensure that the building is destroyed after learning that it was inspired by a donkey’s erect penis.
Social media has been a buzz lately after the designer, David Mutiso, shared on Citizen TV that the building is exactly as a donkey’s penis.
Kenyans took to social media to troll Mutua who has been fighting immorality asking him to ensure the building was brought down.
Though Mutua has not bothered answering, yet, the posts are just too funny.
Here’s what Kenyans said online.
— TerryAnn Kibiriti (@terrikibiriti) October 8, 2018
I think the good doctor and his beliefs should be more worried about his personal wastage of public resources while orphans and widows suffer (if he really does read his bible) than by what other sinners are doing… Jesus was explicit in these matters.
— Timothy (@TimGathima) October 10, 2018
— Virginia (@viehwanjiku) October 10, 2018
— mustapha (@TotoLaBalozi) October 10, 2018
When you ask Ezekiel mutua what he thinks of kicc design pic.twitter.com/d8zqj6dJSO
— Dominic kaka (@kakapage) October 10, 2018
Wale hupigwa picha ni ka wamekalia kICC ,,, y'all sitting on a donkey penis😂😂..
Heee. Only in kenya. Tommorrow headlines will be Ezekiel Mutua orders KICC to be demolished as the building is immoral😂 pic.twitter.com/iySkLvMhqm
— Marion Ngari (@Marion_Ngari) October 8, 2018
— Mwaura Gicharu (@MwauraGicharu) October 10, 2018
Let's wait for what moral cop will say abt this
— Frankyoya50 (@frankyoya50) October 9, 2018
@EzekielMutua come hear this…haya mambo hayajaanza Leo😂😂😂
— The World President™ (@pauldaviddavies) October 8, 2018
Hey @EzekielMutua the moral police, have you heard what inspired KICC?
— Japhe 🇰🇪 Fx (@japhefx) October 10, 2018
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