A few days ago, Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga posted a photo of himself watching the Arsenal game at home and Kenyans were more concerned about the size of his Television.
This afternoon, Reuben Kigame has also walked down that road by posting a photo of himself and his children watching the Chelsea versus Southampton game.
Reuben Kigame is not a well known presidential hopeful who has also criticized the media for giving too much airplay to other presidential candidates.
This is what Reuben Kigame said:
"At home after 2 busy weeks. Watching ChelseaFC playing against SouthamptonFC with my son Yeshua (right) and his friend Symo on the left (one of the many sons I mentor). LipoTumaini."
This what Kenyans had to say about the post on social media:
Hassan Adan: Why don't offer a seat the young boy standing. Shame.
Kirwa Kip Eliud: Give him a seat..., or he doesn't deserve one?
Andrew Mutugi: These boys don't look happy.
Alfred Patrick: Aren't there enough chairs in the house, why is the other boy standing?
Essy Barmoiben: Si nilisema Hana macho na anawatch Chelsea.
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