Imagine chatting with a lady, in a rather sensual manner but then you get confused in the process? You then send that message to your bible study group who then decides to ‘expose’ the sin literally.
The Excommunication Of Bro Ocholla pic.twitter.com/csCnBuJEvQ
— Mr. Jemedari (@MrJemedari) October 27, 2015
No one understands that predicament better than one brother Ocholla. This morning, he tasted the bitter fruits of confusion in a case of roho mtakavitu taking over. After his chat was leaked to the public through a screen shot, the internet went into a frenzy to mock the man who had so much faith in his voice and believed that it do miracles and wonders.
Kenyans on Twitter are known to turn any serious matter into humor. And they roasted poor Ocholla.
Group members reading Bro Ocholla’s message pic.twitter.com/5ej7pU2Rgp
— Ole Teya (@Kevin_teya) October 27, 2015
Bro Ocholla after realizing his mistake.. pic.twitter.com/y62Vz71Sv4
— AIM (@MisterAlbie) October 27, 2015
On judgement day when Bro Ocholla gets to heaven’s gates aonyeshwe screenshot pic.twitter.com/cIOFJLPMuj
— Masaku (@masaku_) October 27, 2015
Corporates were not left behind either in the bandwagon. They jumped on it instantly milking whatever publicity came from the trend. While others were outrightly genius, some brands did not pass a relevant message using the trend.
— Kenya Airways (@KenyaAirways) October 27, 2015
If only Bro Ocholla said it with SMS pic.twitter.com/2SVqd3mjtB
— Orange Kenya (@OrangeKenya) October 27, 2015
— Durex Kenya (@DurexKE) October 27, 2015
Bro Ocholla you could you could learn some new tricks on this show tonight. pic.twitter.com/bRtcuUamMk
— DStv Kenya (@DStv_Kenya) October 27, 2015
— K.I.M (@KIMKenya) October 27, 2015
Bro Ocholla, when life happens what do you do? pic.twitter.com/L6WNOo5Fkj
— Britam (@BritamEA) October 27, 2015
What would you do if you were in the shoes of brother Ocholla?