As August 2022 Kenya general elections are nearly approaching, many politicians are doing their best by using different approaches of doing political campaigns across different counties inorder to win people's heart and harvest many votes.
A photo of a Embu vocal leader using local airplane while doing his 2022 political campaign has emerged online hence eliciting mixed reactions among some section of Kenyans on social media.
That post has been shared online via Facebook platform whereby the publisher shared a photo of Embu MCA aspirant was using different approaches of doing his 2022 campaigns.
He built his own aircraft, decorated it with UDA logos and walked with it in the streets while wearing pilot clothes while selling his manifes rothe residents.
Here are some of the photos of that local plane,
Kenyans on social media have sparked mixed reactions concerning his methods of winning elections whereby some section of netizens have congratulated him on his good job and wished him success coming August 2022 general elections.
Here are some of the reactions among Kenyans netizens,
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