When a picture of armed former Starehe parliamentary hopeful at the scene of terror in 14 Riverside emerged on social media Tuesday, Kenyans wondered what his role was at the battle front.
Though some termed Steve Mbogo – the man under scrutiny – as a hero, others thought he was desperately craving for attention – only that he craved for it at the wrong time, at the wrong place.
His critics christened him a “slay king” at the terror front.
Below are a few sampled reactions:
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