Larry Madowo BUSINESS TODAY 150x150 - KOT to Larry Madowo: U moved to the UK and now you are so full of yourself yet this is where you came from

Renowned Kenyan journalist, Larry Madowo gets shot at by Kenyans after sharing a snapshot of Nairobi´s flooded roads with sarcastic replies. Up on his Twitter account, the BBC journalist shares: Ah Nairobi, why are you like this? pic.twitter.com/nI6lEEk2xs — Larry Madowo (@LarryMadowo) May 18, 2019 KOT However, to his surprise, Kenyans ignore him, tell him off, sarcastically reply and even drag him into Kenya´s problems. Take a look: Remember when you threw an empty bottle of water while driving on a traffic jam, where do you think they go to? its washed away and they block the drainage and when its rain that's the result, so don't pretend to not know even if you've travelled from S.A, remember what you did — I✨N✨E✨S✨T✨O✨R✨ (@iNestor2014) May 18, 2019 Nairobi is actually a canal and we have been doing it wrong all along. Boats sir, boats not cars — chun-Li (@neo_mojo) May 19, 2019 Just take huduma number and watch that rain water finds it's way to the drainage. — Charles (@gachangocm) May 18, 2019 Swim! My brother swim 😂😂😂😂 — That guy 👆 (@huyo_jamaa) May 18, 2019 We are starting fish farming in addition to rearing of lions and buffalos on our roads — Douglas Mwamba (@MwambaDouglas) May 18, 2019 @MikeSonko went and schooled lions, that's why! — paul 🇰🇪 (@paulorodi) May 18, 2019 Kwani hauna boat — martin muhando (@martinmuhando) May 18, 2019 We are used to it. Leave us alone — Evans Martial (@evamovic) May 18, 2019 Stay in kingslanding ….this is no place for lanister's — Derrick Pinkman (@DerrickPinkman) May 18, 2019 Umoona shida ulituachia sasa..hehehe.. — @figwanbarez (@barasacomptom) May 20, 2019 Get yourself a boat — Never giving up! (@kelienick) May 19, 2019 The lord of waterfell attacked nailanding 😁 — Saitu Lemayian (@Saitu1987) May 18, 2019…

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