Raila Odinga's bodyguards heroic behavior in Nakuru has caught internet by storm with a myriad number of Kenyans cherishing their heartwarming devotion in Safeguarding the ODM party leader.
A substaintial number of Raila's bodyguards were spotted hanging by the sides of a couple of vehicles in Raila's convoy as he heroicly entered the altruistic and exemplary climate of Nakuru County.
Raila's convoy slowly trudged along the busy Nakuru highway, making simultaneous stops to address mammoths of anxious citizens who camped around him to here his words of wisdom and articulation.
It is critical to note that when a convoy is slow moving, bodyguards oftenly hang on the vehicles especially those carrying a very important person as one of the defense mechanisms against external attacks.
However, the pivotal question that lingers a number of Kenyas minds is hanging on the vehicles an expression of hard work?
This is how kenyans responded to Lord Abraham's Mutahi's question on whether it depicted hardwork?
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