A Day after Nairobi gubernatorial debate on Television (TV), hilarious Kenyans have gone viral online applauding Senator Johnson Sakaja in a way suggesting that the senator could be the most preferred gubernatorial choice for Nairobi city.
The atmosphere for senator Sakaja during the debate came in a way that seemed not so cool because he arrived at the venue very late as compared to his counterpart competitor Professor Polycap Igathe who arrived at the venue early enough.
Trouble began when KTN TV anchor News began questioning Sakaja whether his real name was Johnson Sakaja as has always been heard during campaigns or just a nickname. Sakaja furiously fluted the anchor, questioning her who had invited him to the debate if not her.
As the debate came to an end, the anchor seemingly got ashamed of herself for purportedly asking Sakaja irrelevant questions during the debate. Many Kenyan viewers who were watching the debate have now flocked the internet praising Sakaja for defending himself and dispatching his debate skills during the debate.
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