Maryanne Atsianzale Mudavadi was one of the family members who graced her father's Musalia Mudavadi's event at the Bomas Of Kenya today. Moreover, the young lass utterly took over the internet after Kenyans were amused by her eloquence and public speaking skills. However, Maryanne also raised a debate online after a slight mix up in her speech.
As she took to the podium, Atsianzale extended a "Good morning" greeting to her father despite the fact that the event was taking place in the afternoon; a statement that has now amused netizens online.
Apparently, most have argued that Musalia's daughter memorised the speech and accordingly delivered it just as she had retained.
"Huyu vile alicram kwa kichwa ndio ameitoa." A fan argued.
Moreover, some also reasoned that Maryanne simply used a figure of speech to express that her dad Musalia, began a new political journey. Well, Mudavadi was also graced by his other family members including wife and other sons.
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