Raila's die-hard supporter from Kitale Trans-nzoia county carrying Odinga's banner saying they eat the thief's money but they will vote for Baba (Raila Odinga). Photo courtesy of Facebook.
Azimio la Umoja Movement-One Kenya Alliance coalition presidential candidate Raila Odinga, has left Kenyans especially his supporters in stitches today after posting a photo of his rally in Kitale Town in Trans-nzoia county. Where one of his top die-hard supporter was spotted carrying Raila's campaign banner with a message "kula kwa mwizi kura kwa Baba", meaning they eat money Deputy President's money but they will vote for Raila as the next president.
The poster seems to indirectly refer to Deputy President Dr William Ruto as the one who's money is being eaten during the campaigns, since Ruto is the one who has been branded the thief's name ahead of August 9 polls. Hence the banner seemed to indirectly refer to Deputy President Dr William Ruto as the one who's money is being eaten. This has caused a laughter among Kenyans, especially Odinga's supporters who have all laughed at the photo reacting with laugh emojis, saying that message is very clear that Raila is going to win presidency since Ruto is being lied as his money is being eaten.
Here are some of their reactions on Facebook:
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