Tweep excites KOT with this hilarious caption
A tweep has somehow diffused the tension among most Kenyans online as the voting exercise continues, with a hilarious caption to a picture showing heavy police presence in Kibra
The online user going by the name Phelix G-Cord captioned the photo: “Police turn up to vote in Kibra as residents watch them from a distance.”
— Phelix G-Cord (@PhelixOchola) October 26, 2017
Anti-riot police engaged youths in Kibera in running battles on Thursday after the road leading to Olympic Primary School, the biggest polling station in the area, was barricaded with stones.
Polling stations were opened from 6am, with a slow but steady flow of voters being seen making their way to the polling stations to cast their votes.
The repeat presidential elections has been hampered by various hurdles including Nasa Leader Raila Odinga withdrawing his candidature and asking his supporters not to participate in the exercise.
Here are some reactions from KOT on the hilarious caption.
@mbengeiKE police are Kenyans men. They have a right to vote.
— kipronohben (@kipronohben1) October 26, 2017
U didnt get it??its ironic
— Blackman king (@JTuluke) October 26, 2017
Today’s stand up comedy is on ⚡⚡⚡??????? pic.twitter.com/DZBJUnmTz8
— Jay B (@digitalmkenya) October 26, 2017
Residents offering security ti hi hi hi
— WonderWoman (@_IamAnAmazon_) October 26, 2017
Reversed roles. Madness. #ElectionBoycottKE
— #COYG (@WilsonTheGooner) October 26, 2017
— nandwa (@ambunyajoseph) October 26, 2017
Looolest!!! Whatever you smoked today.
— David Oriwo (@OriwoDavid) October 26, 2017
— tom chome (@ChomeTom) October 26, 2017
They are voting with their rungus
— Bishara (@Bishara25935783) October 26, 2017