A recent talk at Lukenya University’s Pan African Institute launch, led by Prof Lumumba, Julius Malema stirred up a mix of opinions among Kenyans. Judging by the comments on NTV Kenya, it seems not everyone is on board with Malema.
The comments hint that a good number of Kenyans might not be on the Malema bandwagon. Although the exact criticisms are a bit fuzzy, it’s clear that there’s some pushback or disagreement with Malema’s ideas or even just his presence.
Public opinion can be a game-changer in how political figures are perceived, and Malema seems to be facing a bit of an uphill battle in winning over the Kenyan audience. The reasons behind this resistance could range from differences in political beliefs, policies, or maybe some personal controversies linked to Malema.
Remember, what you see on social media is like a quick snapshot of what people are thinking, and not everyone agrees. Being a big-shot in politics, Malema is bound to have both fans and skeptics, depending on various factors.
In the world of international relations and pan-African connections, clashes in opinions are nothing new. Political bigwigs can get a mix of thumbs up and raised eyebrows in different places. To really get what’s going on, we’d need to dig into the nitty-gritty of what Malema said and take a good look at Kenya’s political scene.
To sum it up, the chat online indicates that Malema isn’t getting a universal round of applause from Kenyans. It just shows how varied people’s views are in this country.
KENYANS REJECT MALEMA@Julius_S_Malema was speaking at the launch of Pan African Institute at Lukenya University at the invitation of Prof Lumumba. Judging by the comments on @ntvkenya , many Kenyans have little regard of him. pic.twitter.com/iJSJxNUu52
— Dudula News (@DudulaMedia) November 9, 2023