Nairobi County women representative Esther Passaris who defected from the United Democratic Alliance for Orange Democratic Movement had urged politicians to join the party to experience Luo love which she claims to be the real love.
Talking during a ceremony where the defectors who had recently joined the party were being received back by the party leader Raila Odinga, Passaris claimed that Luos are experts in the field of love and romance and that is the reason why Kikuyu ladies fall for them.
"Let me tell you, Luo men know how to love. When most Kikuyu women look for romance, they know where to go. So what I want to tell is that when you come to ODM, you wi receive genuine love" Esther Passaris.
After the speech, she took it to her social media accounts where she posted several pictures of herself and her new party leader captioning, "Once again, love conquers hate as UDA defectors join the ODM party. Indeed, the lost sheep have found a true shepherd."
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