Kenyan political waves are carrying away Kenyans as politicians tend to go beyond in befriending Kenyans. The top politicians right hon Raila Odinga of ODM and the chief hustler Dr William Ruto are the most influential as they are targeting the top seat in the coming 2022 general election. The two have been showing their power of influence as they tour some parts of the country like central Kenya which has attracted the two in a very unique way.
Besides going for the rallies, these politicians have been expressing the heart of giving whereby they donate things like food stuffs to Kenyans. The photo below shows the deputy president Dr William Ruto sharing some Unga to Kenyans. The writings on the bag have caused a lot of reactions from Kenyans. The bags are written "Baba" a name which Raila Odinga is popularly known for. Kenyans saw it and reacted according to their political stands. Some like Lastborn Lizz stated that why is the chief hustler distributing it now and not in the old day. She confirms that her vote shall be for Raila Odinga while she will be eating from the chief hustler. Below are some of the reactions.
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