Party leader Raila Odinga left many Kenyans wowed more so because of his classy sneakers he donned. This was during an event whereby the former Prime Minister was meeting with youths from Mount Kenya Region
Raila Odinga proved the meaning of the old saying that says, if you go to Rome, do as the Romans do. This was evident since Raila had to twist his mode of dressing into a youthful one so as to fully blend in the meeting with youths from Mount Kenya Region where Raila Odinga has been camping ahead of his 2022 presidential bid
About the shoes Raila came with, this is none other than the Air Jordan 1 sneakers. Well, Raila did not buy these trendy shoes since they were actually donated by a Nairobi fashion designer known as Nairobi West Niccur in June this year.
Nairobi West Niccur whose real name is Ali Abdi is only 20 years of age and the CEO of Thrift Trendy, an online shop in Nairobi. This year alone, the fashion designer has offered Raila over five pair of shoes including Yeezy Slides which is a brand belonging to Kanye West
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