Nandi county senator and a close ally of Deputy President Dr William Ruto, Senator Samson Cherargei has caused a stir online after sharing the alleged price of shoes worn by former prime minister and Orange democratic movement party leader Raila Odinga during his Tuesday meeting with youths at the University of Nairobi online.
According to details shared on the Senator's Facebook page on Tuesday night, the sneakers identical to Odinga's (Nike X off) are sold at Ksh. 419,467.05 ( Four hundred and nineteen thousand, four hundred and sixty seven and five cents), inclusive of tax. Details which have left Netizens in surprise.
Below are some comments from Netizens on his post.
"Huwezi elewa hizi. Luo lifestyle. Wewe pambana sa sahara." A comment read.
"No wonder unadanganywa na wheelbarrow. That Shoe is 800. Baba the 5th." A comment read.
"Glad you know who he is. He is Baba." A comment read.
"Let baba be. Kwa Raha zake." A comment read.
"Suit your class mr. Wakili. Let villagers do this." A comment read.
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