People are laughing at this photo of Kinuthia Mbugua for obvious reasons
A photograph of Nakuru Governor Kinuthia Mbugua seemingly locked outside Jubilee Party headquarters has gone viral on social media.
Users have been busy contrasting the scene with Mr Mbugua’s reign as both governor and Administration Police Commandant.
In the picture taken by Daily Nation’s Jeff Angote, Mr Mbugua was caught peeping through locked gates of Jubilee Party as he sought audience with the party management over the Nakuru primaries.
In the primaries, Mr Mbugua was beaten by former National Transport and Safety Authority chairman Lee Kinyanjui. He disputed the results.
In his tenure as police boss, Mr Mbugua was in charge of the AP wing which was seen to be favoured by the Kibaki administration.
When he transitioned to politics, he was said to be the most guarded governor, moving around with about 15 elite officers from the AP.
Here are the some of the trolls from Kenyans on Twitter:
The just concluded party primaries have taught us one thing that ‘The rich also cry”#quote
— Dr Andrew Suleh MD (@andrewsuleh) May 4, 2017
Nakuru county Governor Kinuthia Mbugua once banned Raila from ever stepping into Nakuru. Now see what Uthamaki has done to him . Sad ! pic.twitter.com/04GxHbId5F
— Cyprian, Is Nyakundi (@C_NyaKundiH) May 4, 2017
Steel gate, shut right on the face of those who thought they had the world below their feet, Kinuthia Mbugua, TOSHEKA NA HAYO. Hahaha! pic.twitter.com/Wd6DNjBCwf
— Dikembe (@Disembe) May 4, 2017
Please. Someone tell Kinuthia Mbugua to go home. Awache kujiaibisha. Atosheke! pic.twitter.com/qs6OKDw08T
— Sewe Saldanha (@ClanSewe) May 5, 2017
This is Kinuthia Mbugua…
He can’t believe he is on the other side of the fence after tasting defeat.
Karma is real..????? pic.twitter.com/ta4LQHByNJ
— Millan Ouma™ (@millan_ke) May 4, 2017
— nyandiga (@nyandiga001) May 4, 2017
— Augustine Alanga (@AugustineAlanga) May 4, 2017
@andrewsuleh hahaha..quite an observation. Even Kinuthia mbugua was locked out of JP HQ by the same APs he commanded a few years back
— Zachs Kotut (@Zachsintellect) May 5, 2017