Today the Former prime Minister Raila Odinga met with various groups of young men and women from Mount kenya region.
During the said meeting some Mount kenya tycoons also attended the conference that was basically held to project on the 2022 general elections.
Raila Odinga has slowly been trying to climb the mountain hoping to gunner some votes from the area come the general elections.
In a previous statement, the former prime Minister said all young men who are unemployed would be hit with a 6k monthly stipend.
However, during his Mount kenya youths meeting one thing stood up and that was his amazing blue shoe.
The shoe notable a Jordan air 1 Retro is estimated to cost over 1000 usd.
When converted into the local kenyan shillings the said shoe goes for over 100k in the local markets.
Many have elicited some mixed reactions across the internet after the price was revealed by some bloggers.
Owino....a shoe for 100k hio ni piki mzima, and he wilm only wear it several times.. Jeez.
Leen... Look for money and you will never see 100k as if is its too much.
James... Some of us will never touch that 100k hadi tukufe..its so sad and now you question why we call them dynasties..
Zack.. BABA had tp do this to make sure everyone was left talking about him.. Yawa mtajua aje ni Mjaka..
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