Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga arriving in Molo during the burial ceremony of the Mololine Group founder Kibira Muchai. (Photo courtesy).
The former Prime Minister Raila Odinga, is among the top politicians who have attended the burial ceremony of the late Businessman Kibira Muchai, who was the founder of the Mololine Transport Service Limited based in Molo town in Nakuru County.
The ODM boss has recieved a warm reception as the mourners happily cheered him up immediately he arrived. The crowd stood up, clapped and cheered him up as they welcomed him. At the same time, the former Premier was seen accompanied by heavy General Service Unit (GSU) security officers.
Video link: https://www.facebook.com/51790559057/posts/10157623902774058/?app=fbl. His reception and the number of security officers accompanying him, have elicited several reactions from Kenyans where most of them faulted the morners for forgetting that they are in mourning to cheer a politician, while others have questioned why he has been accompanied by heavy security officers.
Here are some of their reactions on Facebook:
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