Controversial blogger Cyprian Nyakundi when he appeared at Milimani Court where he was charged with publishing obscene information about Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i. PHOTO | JEFF ANGOTECyprian Nyakundi during a past appearance in court for publishing obscene information about Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i. PHOTO | JEFF ANGOTE
By NAHASHON MUSUNGU

Controversial blogger Cyprian Nyakundi’s latest attempt to make a comeback to the digital space has yet again been foiled by Twitter.

In a span of two weeks, the American-owned online news and social networking platform has suspended an account believed to be operated by Nyakundi.

Interestingly, this development comes barely a month after Twitter trimmed his followers by about 500,000.

The first account associated with the blogger ‘@C_NyakundiH’ was suspended on July 31, immediately depriving him of  his consistent interactive sessions with his 700,000 followers.

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It is believed the suspension had everything to with the semi nude photos of a media house boss in the company of two women, which Nyakundi recently posted on Twitter.

Just days after his suspension, Nyakundi is believed to have put up another account ‘@ATNyakundi’ which was gaining traction and had attracted about 5000 followers before it was suspended on Wednesday under unclear circumstances.

By the time the second account, bearing his profile picture, was suspended, Nyakundi was already posting controversial statements and questioning most of the dealings within government, Parliament and the corporate world.

Not even a ‘mini-protest’ on Twitter by the blogger’s followers, pleading his case, could avert the inevitable.

DEFAMATORY TWEETS

Coincidentally Nyakundi, who refers to himself as the ‘Boychild’s President’,  has severally found himself on the wrong side of the law owing to the defamatory tweets he often posts.

Nairobi governor Mike Sonko, his Kirinyanga and Mombasa counterparts Anne Waiguru and Hassan Joho are among high profile politicians who have dragged the blogger to the courts on accounts of defamation.  Bidco CEO Vimal Shah and Safaricom CEO Bob Collymore have done likewise.

It is now not clear what is the next move for Nyakundi, who also boasts a huge following on Facebook.