Man Makes A Beautifully Customized Chair With The R Trademark For Raila Odinga. (PHOTOS)
A man has made a beautifully customized chair for Raila Odinga with blue cushions and the "R" trademark on it and Raila Odinga's names written at the top.
The man who is rastaman stated that he was not selling the chair as it was a gift to Raila Odinga. During an interview, the man stated that the late Fidel Odinga was his friend and that explained why he loved Rails Odinga and he even urged the people to vote for him.
The chair looks so beautiful as you can see in the photos and it has a crown at the top.
The symbol R is a popular trademark for Raila Odinga and the blue colors on the chair are for Azimio.
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