Raila questioned the Deputy President's source of funds while addressing the following church service at the Jesus Teaching Ministry (JTM) in Nairobi county. He encouraged his followers to accept money when it was offered to them and even to request further funds.
This was followed by a song in which he requested that the audience sing to UDA when they came around. WanUDA na werevu ni wajinga na werevu ni wajinga na werevu ni wajinga na werevu ni wajinga na werev
Usidhani ni tajiri ukiona wakilewa, hiyo ni mali ya umma wameiba.... Wape wape ee hyo pombe yao, wakilewa wakitapika ni shauri yao... wape wape ee hyo pombe yao, wakilewa wakitapika ni shauri yao... wape wape ee hyo pombe yao, wakilewa wakitapika ni sh"
The crowd erupted in joy and hummed along with Raila as he sang the song, leaving the leaders who accompanied him in stitches. Nobody anticipated that from him, I suppose. This was a remake of Malika's renowned zilizopendwa song Wape Wape.
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