Raila Odinga made Mount Kenya tour yesterday where he made various stopovers in the region. He started at Naromoru in Laikipia county, headed to Nyeri county, proceeding to Murang'a county and finally finalized at Kiambu county where he met the residents of Githurai 45 in his last stop over. However, after this massive welcoming there has been a lot of reactions from leaders and from the supporters of the former prime minister.
Babu Owino who is an ODM member of parliament of Embakasi East has aired his reactions in the social media mocking Kikuyu community for finally accepting Raila odinga. Taking to his Facebook account Babu Owino has expressed his feelings that Kikuyu have been pretending that they do not like Raila.
"Thank you Mt Kenya for welcoming your son-in-law like an angel.Kumbe mnanipendanga na mnajifanyanga tu. Lakini ata mimi nawapenda sana. Githurai is baba's bathroom."The member of parliament posted in his Official facebook platform.
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