Xtian Dela, a blogger and Instagram celebrity announced on his Instagram his plans for his new venture into politics.
He announced that people should expect change soon. Kenyans should be willing to accept new leaders who will bring change to their country rather than electing people who will not help them after taking the seat. Many congratulated him on his new career path and wished him well, while others discouraged him from taking that path.
"Good idea but manze chezea 2027. Nani atakua anatutobolea ukiingia politics?" A fan commented on his post.
"Utashangaa, unadhani huko nje ni kama instagram utatesa?" Jah Far wrote.
"Well, I always say the whole government needs to be swept of all those old fellas wamekula tax zetu. Mwisho ni vitambi, they should pay our debts. We need a new lot that will bring change," Another fan added.
"Sasa Fatma akuwe first lady? Wueh, tunavaa panty tunaenda tao bila kuogopa tu, tukona role model," Nu Ngarry wrote.
"Y'all talk sweet mkitaka kura, mkipewa the seat mnachange," Amiyna wrote.Xtian Dela with his current girlfriend Fatma Banji, [ Image | Courtesy ]
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