As Kenya gears towards 2022, politicians are not leaving anything to chance at the quest of wooing electorates. Cartoonists have devised funny ways of portraying our politicians which resonates well with what they are doing in practice.
Presidential aspirant Kalonzo Musyoka was once highlighted acting in a comical way. ANC Party Leader Musalia Mudavadi was seen running a race with Ferdinand Omanyala at his presidential campaign center.
The former vice president reportedly 'defeated' Omanyala in a 100 meter race.
Mudavadi, who had one point castigated bringing fun to leadership seem to be gravitating towards it. He reacted after he was blasted of being so plain in his presentation.
Deputy President William Ruto was once aired, entertaining visitors at his official Karen home while dancing on top of a moving wheelbarrow. Ruto was recently spotted sitting on a stationary motorcycle painted with yellow – a color associated with his UDA political outfit.
ODM leader Raila Odinga has mastered the art of political comedy with his signature ‘kitendawili’ word. Kimilili MP Dydmus Barasa is also full of drama in expressing whatever he is doing to his constituents. He at one time took a photo while assisting locals to construct a semi-permanent house.
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