Johnson Sakaja is the governor elect for Nairobi county as per the results of 2022's general elections released by IEBC. Sakaja who was a strong UDA aspirant defeated his close rival Polycarp Igathe a leader who was vying for the seat under Azimio-OKA coalition.
Today, the two politicians, Igathe and Sakaja were together in the afternoon. According to the report and photo shared by KBC, the two leaders looked happy.
Photo courtesy- Sakaja (left), Polycarp Igathe (right)
Although the two politicians were supporting different political wings, their chilling together sparked reactions online. Kenyans appreciated the two leaders for uniting and acting in a manner that elates Kenyans.
Kenyans claimed that the two leaders have indicated the 'mature' politics that every other Kenyan would like to enjoy. They further claimed that politicians contests is just a race and thus Kenyans ought to remain calm whether they lose or win.
You may share your comments regarding what Igathe and Sakaja portrayed to Kenyans.
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