Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga is celebrating his birthday today with so many messages of goodwill and good health pouring in for the former prime minister who is expected to hold an event at the Bomas of Kenya to mark his birthday.
And now, the most high profile message to the ODM party leader has been made by deputy president William Ruto, a key opponent for the ODM party leader as he gears up for the presidential race this year.
Taking to his social media pages, deputy president William Ruto delivered a message wishing the former prime minister all the best as he celebrates his 77th birthday today.
"Happy birthday Jakom, Raila Odinga. May you be blessed with many more," he stated.
The message was received with a lot of reactions from kenyans with some praising the deputy president for putting political differences aside and sending Raila Odinga the passionate message. Others had different views.
Chepkoech: Happy birthday the 5th Thank you so much the 5th for wishing him happy birthday. we love you the 5ths presidents of kenya.
John: This is EXACTLY the photo (Portrait )we will hang in our offices when Baba becomes the FIFTH this year. Happy Birthday Baba Raila Odinga, the Fifth.
Wilfred: From the 5th, the hustler nation, we wish Jakom a happy birthday. May he live to witness the swearing in of Ruto as the 5th president.
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