Kenyans through social media platforms, Twitter, in particular, have been forced to react and raise concern over Raila's unusual moments during the burial ceremony of former Kibwezi MP Kalembe Ndile.
There in Makueni when he stood to make his speech as one of the leaders and former colleague of the late former MP in the field of politics and power, the ODM party leader was seen and heard to be struggling with his speech.
Through the video shared in the link above, you can hear Raila confusing the late Kalembe Ndile with Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka.
You can also hear the residents of Makueni who attended the burial guiding him in terms of making the correct statements with correct names. That has also been seen at the point where he speaks of Kibwezi instead of Makueni.
Even after having received some corrections from the County residents, Raila has gone ahead to say that Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has sent his message of condolences to Kalonzo's family instead of Kalembe Ndile's family.
Below are some of the responses given to this question which shows some concerns on Raila's mental status after having had some confusion in his today's speech in Makueni;
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