Former Kakamega County Senator Boniface Khalwale is lately on the spot after his recent post on social media greatly sparked mixed reactions from Kenyans. Apparently, the aspiring Kakamega County Governor shared a picture of himself holding hands of three school children as they all crossed a Highway in Kakamega. Below the photo, Khalwale captioned the following;
"Crossing the busy Kakamega-Kisumu Highway at Amaleba is quite harzadeous. Helped three little girls from Bukhulunya Primary school to cross..."
Moreover, Khalwale also added his manifesto on the caption; according to Khalwale, should he elected the next Kakamega Governor; the "bull fighter" promised to construct a footbridge in majorcross overs in Kakamega County.
Well, the post did not however please many netizens as revealed by the comments. Apparently, many claimed that such instances of good-will were not to be shared on social media. Moreover, many also insisted that the Governor was simply after stunts to favour his 2022 Gubenatorial bid.
"Next time if you help someone leave your camera at home." A fan commented.
According to you, is there anything wrong with Boni Khalwale sharing such a post on social media. Share your reactions on the comment section below.
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