Former Law Society of Kenya has had Twitter in delirium following his comments about Azimo La Umoja presidential candidate Raila Odinga and his running mate Martha Wangari Karua.
With the political temperature in the country currently hotting up, Kenyans are left guessing should a politician from a rival camp appears to like a post or comment on the status of their opponent.
This was the case when the Havi who is vying for the Westlands parliamentary seat appeared to throw flirting advances towards a photo pitting former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and Martha Karua.
In his post, Havi suggests that he had never seen both Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga and his Narc Kenya counterpart Martha Karua that happy with the duo appearing to share an incredulous smile.
He further confirmed that the Azimio top leaders appeared comfortable and reminded their supporters that they should not forget that both Baba and Karua were his friends too.
Netizens appear to have read much from the post and have been sending speculative responses to Havi with some urging him to switch his allegiance to Azimio.
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