For months now, different politicians from different political parties have been seen visiting different parts of the country in their bid to secure a large number of voters, in order for them to pass their political aspirations come next year. A section of leaders have also been seen visiting churches as a well of spreading their manifesto. This afternoon, photos of Raila Odinga in all-white church clothes have appeared online, causing reactions among Kenyans.The former Prime Minister attended a church service in Makongeni, Nairobi county, accompanied by the area MP George Aladwa and Peter Kenneth. In the photos, Raila Odinga is seen fully dressed as a member of that church, a 'Legio Maria'.In one photo, Raila is seen wearing a long white rob, and what looks like a wrapped scarf around his head. A rosary can also be seen around his neck. The public could not keep calm by the way the right Honourable had dressed and below are their reactions. Here is also the link to the video.
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