As you all know by now, KFCB banned the new Coca Cola ‘Taste the feeling’ TV advertisement for having an immoral kissing scene.

Kenyans have been outraged by this, obviously for the simple fact that the ad is not that immoral.

Last night on The Trend Larry Madowo and his panel addressed the issue. At some point Larry called the KFCB Chairman Ezekiel Mutual a mshamba.

Well well, it is evident that he did not take this lightly and caught some feelings.

Check out how he responded to Larry on his Facebook page

Talking of praising God in Business Class and VIP lounges, let me give Larry Madowo and his panel of experts more evidence: this was during the Kibaki regime, just before the 2013 general election that brought the Jubilee government to power. The then President Mwai Kibaki entrusted me and the former minister for Cooperative Development Joe Nyagah with his plane. Joe and I had been sent by Kibaki with a goodwill message to five Presidents in the region. We were nearing the 2013 general election and our neighbours were afraid that there could be a post election violence in Kenya and that that could affect the flow of goods to those countries. The President sent “his trusted men” to assure our neighbours that Kenya had put mechanisms in place to avert the 2007/8 like PEV, that the elections would be peaceful and that they would continue to get uninterrupted services through the port of Mombasa and our roads across the borders. So there we were flying from one capital to another and holding serious meetings with Heads of State. So Larry Madowo I am not seeing these things at KFCB. I have been to White House, I have visited nearly all the major capitals of the world and I have used nearly all major airlines on business and even first class. NOW SHOULD A BOY FROM A VILLAGE IN MWALA NOT PRAISE GOD FOR ALL THIS?

Really Ezekiel, was that necessary?