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Reactions After a Renowned Politician From Western Is Spotted Helping Kids Get Across The Road

Kenyans have expressed their different opinions and suggestions after seeing a photo of the senator of Kakamega, Honorable Bonny Khalwale helping school kids get across the road

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In a photo that has been shared by a reliable source of information, the renowned politician could be seen holding hands with two school kids in a move to help them get across the road in the midst of all the increasing road accidents in the country.

However his action has sparked Alot of mixed reactions from a number of kenyans who took to their different social media accounts to express their opinions and suggestions on the matter.

With a section of kenyans congratulating him for doing this, others went ahead and called him out claiming that he was only doing this to get the people o Kakamega to vote for him. For most Kenyans, they claimed that he wouldn't do this after winning the oncoming General elections.

Honorable Bonny Khalwale who has made it clear that he is supporting the deputy president of Kenya, honorable William Ruto through his United Democratic Alliance Movement has also revealed that he was going to seek the position of the governor Of Kakamega in the oncoming General elections using the UDA party.

Reactions

Maina Njoki - I don't know what to say about this bug all I know is that he is looking for votes. A Politician will even come to your house to wash your utensils if he is looking for votes.

Ken Luchoki- That's my Incoming governor. I don't care what anyone says because in as much as he might have been doing this for clout, at least he's doing something.

Ann Mugure - This is known as vote hunting. Where was the camera man. Don't tell me this was taken without his knowledge.

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