Former prime minister Raila Odinga who is also the Orange Democratic Movement party boss was today at Kamkunji grounds in Kamkunji constituency Nairobi county to sensitise residents to get registered as voters.
Raila was accompanied by a number of leaders drawn from the City county and other regions. Also present was flamboyant city politician Hon. Alinur Mohamed who is eying the Kamkunji constituency parliamentary seat.
Alinur appeared to have finally gotten a golden opportunity to converse with the former prime minister, as a newcomer in politics, Alinur had to fix time to have a conversation with his party leader, the businessman was captured kneeling down before the ODM boss as they held a brief conversation.
The move to kneel down has attracted mixed reactions among Kenyans who thronged his social media pages to comment, many argued that it was wrong for Alinur to kneel for Raila while others saw nothing wrong with it as he only displayed respect and was up to something bigger, below are some comments.
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