Boni Khalwale is well known politician who comes from western Kenya. He was born in Kakamega county and he has been a senator of Kakamega county. The vocal leader has been blessed by a new baby who is going to be added to his family. Khalwale who is a member of Kenya Kwanza alliance led by William Ruto is expected to emerge the winner in the upcoming August 9 general elections as Kakamega county senator since he has been leading in the latest opinion polls carried recently in the county.
Khalwale is known to the person who has producing candidates in class 8 and form 4 every year. The former Kakamega county senator is believe to have four wives and romoured to have side chicks who have increased the number of children he has and after photos of the child he was blessed with emerged online kenyans have expressed mixed reactions. See some of the reactions below;
Let's wish his child good health and congratulate the father of many for adding a new member to his family. Leave your comments below and kindly follow for more updates.
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