A young man who went viral on social media after being featured in a reporting interview with Citizen TV has has resurfaced in a TV interview with Nation.
In the viral video, Jacob Juma Oluoch joined a fellow resident who was being questioned on the nature of the party nomination primaries.
As the other man complained about electoral kits being available at the polling station but the activity had not started, Oluoch kept shouting ‘password’ several times to the amusement of netizens.
The snippet went viral on social media making him an instant celebrity.
In an interview with Nation, Juma explained that he was complaining of the delays because he had gone to the poling station as early as 6 am.
He noted that he hoped to vote in the ODM primaries and report to work where he works as a jua kali artisan.
“I was not crying for ODM, I am voter here. I am a jua kali person and so the day of the voting, I woke up very early at six am but the machines came at 9 am, yet I had been there for many hours
“So they brought the kits and said the person who was to cater to us was coming with a password, so they were to wait for him,” he said.
When asked about his wife, Juma who lives with his parents and siblings noted that she left, albeit not disclosing why.
“I do not have a wife, my password left,” he said.
The young man also noted that he is a budding comedian but he has never found a platform to nature his talent.
“I am also a comedian although I have never fund a platform to do my comedy,” he added.
Juma further disclosed that people knew him as password even before his newfound fame having gotten the moniker from his former employer.
Watch the interview courtesy of Nation below.
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