The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader and former prime minister, Raila Amollo Odinga arrived in style and was given a warm reception at a funeral ceremony of the Founder of Mololine Services, the late David Kibira Muchai. Various political leaders joined for the crucial event as they mourned the demise of a strong and purposeful leader in the society.
However, a photo of Raila Odinga and Deputy President, William Ruto's close ally, Senator Susan Kihika has surfaced online during the aforementioned burial ceremony tuning Kenyans in a mouth wagging mode as they speculate over the actual details being discussed by the two counterparts.
The Senator of Nakuru has been an upfront leader in championing the deputy president's hustler nation manifestos ahead of the 2022 general elections. With the political waves, Kenyans have now taken the discourse online as they argue and debate on what might be cooking between Raila Odinga and the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) confidant.
According to some Kenyans, the funeral was an open forum that's expected to be peaceful between all leaders despite of the political rivalries and thus, it should be taken as a normal conversation.
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