Many have tasted the ferocity of this group – and few would love to step on their toes again.
Whether it’s Kofi Olomide or the guy in the viral Mollis recording,whether it’s Ken wa Mwangi or even Wakanai himself,the Kilimani Mums have and will always be a force you cannot vanquish,an army you cannot defeat and a fire you cannot quench.
It’s probably this sort of badassness and brutality that has earned the group the hate they encounter every single day – but just like Yaa Asantewaa,the Queen mother of the Edweso tribe,they remain unshaken,determined,unfazed and untroubled.
Maybe there’s some power in the KOT (Kenyans on Twitter),but even the most notorious KOT members cannot match up to the fire that the Kilimani Mums have continued to light up – burning everything along their way.
You can choose to view them as a bunch of sad,idle irritants or as a female force that has finally woken up, put on the armor of war,said NO to stupidity and set on a journey to liberate their own – and seek justice for the lowly. One Facebook post at a time.
Call them what you may. Deride them all you can but one thing is for sure,you can’t take away this group’s power. Or match it.
Try them at your own risk.
Viva Kilimani Mums