Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Raila Odinga has on Tuesday attended the burial of David Kibira Muchai, the founder of Mololine services.
Also what has caught the attention of a section of Kenyans is that the former prime minister was joined by Deputy President William Ruto's loyalist, Nakuru senator Susan Kihika.
Kihika who is a close ally to the DP has been championing the hustler narrative which on the other hand has been opposed by the former premier.
Their reunion in the burial ceremony given the fact they're are in two opposing camps, has raised speculations among Kenyans on social media.
Some Kenyans have cited that there're no permanent enemies in the political arena and others have congratulated the two leaders who have different ideologies for their reunion which will hence promote peace and harmony in the nation.
Here are a sample of reactions;
Dancan Nyamesi, "Tangatanga camp won't sleep tonight. Kihika must answer all their calls for explanation."
Ambassador DK Baba Tonny Ja-kagelo, "Love to see our leaders together promoting peace and tolerance we should also emulate that, then we shall shame the devil always."
Felix Ole, "Leadership is working together even when we ideologically."
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