The political season is here with us and kenyans have started there political theatrics, from rocking uniforms to wearing hairstyles with their political idols.
A man has surprised many after he decided to use his motorbikes to campaign.The middle aged guy painted the bike uda colours before adding a cart with a public address.
The guy is visiting different towns where he is addressing crowds on the importances of voting william Ruto as the next president of kenya.
The former bodaboda rider as confessed that he wont stop till ruto wins. The guy continued to say he has never met the deputies president but he believes that someday he will meet him when he is the president.
The photos of the guy as raised mixed reactions in social media with kenyans taking sides on the matter. Some have congratulated him for his efforts saying the deputy president should meet him for empowerment. Others have criticised the guy saying he is just an attention seeker so that he can meet the deputy president.
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