Hon Kanini Kega, who is the current Member of Parliament for Kieni constituency, and also a close ally to President Uhuru Kenyatta ignited a hot debate online when he posted this after a huge crowd turned out to listen to Hon Raila Amollo Odinga in Meru County.(Screenshot photo)
"Baba in Meru Wah!" He posted on his Facebook page.
It is remembered that Hon Kanini Kega is among some leaders from Mount Kenya region who declared long ago to support Raila Odinga's Presidential bid in the next general election. To them, the former Prime Minister is the best candidate so far to redeem this nation from economical challenges.
Notably, they have been urging the Mount Kenya region residents to make the right decision by rallying behind Raila Odinga in the next poll.His post attracted several comments from Kenyans, majority of them lauded him for supporting Raila Odinga's agenda of unity in the country. They further urged him to continue with the same spirit since his political future is so bright.
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