Today, the opposition chief Raila Odinga is going t to be the Chief Guest at The Convention of All Israel Churches of Kenya meeting in Gilgil. The event which had just kicked off moments ago will be attended by various political leaders from the Mount Kenya region including some ODM party officials.
As seen through some viral short video clips and photos, the ODM party leader Raila Odinga has already landed at the venue and has been revived with a lot of joy. He is seen interacting freely and happily with the religious leaders as shown in the photos down below.
The viral clips and photos have sparked a lot of mixed reactions from Kenyans with many seeing Raila in a different way as a religious person contrary to what his arch political rival Dr. William Ruto has been saying, including calling him Maganga(which translates to a witch doctor). Others have however criticized him accusing him of Hypocrisy for downplaying Ruto's attendance at churches. Below are some of their mixed reactions on the same.
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