Raila Odinga Dresses In Legio Maria Attire, Sparks Reactions Online.(Photos)
The ODM party leader Raila Odinga has attended a Legio Maria Church Service in Makongeni, Nairobi County and he dressed in the Legio Maria Church attire most likely in an attempt to identify himself with the Legio Maria Church goer's as he pushes for his political agenda.
The ODM party leader was in the company of several leaders including the area member of Parliament Hon.George Aladwa, Peter Kenneth and Westlands constituency member of Parliament Honourable Tim Wanyonyi amongst other several leaders.
Raila Odinga dressing in the Legio Maria attire really excited netizens with several of them saying that it was the political season and he was just right while others compared him to Joshua who was going to take them to Cannan.
Others liked the dressing as he really looked cool in it.
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