Opposition leader Raila Odinga has caused a moment of laughter in Nyandarua during the burial service of late Mukami Kimathi's burial.
Crazy cheers and laughter has been witnessed in Nyandarua after opposition leader Raila Odinga refused to recognize Ruto as the President while making his speech, he also failed to mention Dp Gachagua in his speech.
He began by talking about the tribe from which the pastor linked with Shakahola cult came from and what happened weeks ago when he went to see the investigations being carried out.
In a video shared, Raila only started by recognizing Ruto as his dear brother but did not recognize him as the president, he then failed to mention Gachagua in his speech as he made a very short and brief speech. Raila also attacked Gachagua who had claimed that Mukami Kimathi's funeral was to be accorded state funeral by did not ask Kenyans to raise the flags half way as a sign of respect.
Laughter was heard from mourners when he publicly stated that Paul MacKenzie who is facing probe is of a kamba descent.
"My honourable brother William Samoe Ruto, mouners gathered here, we came to pay our last respect to these woman," Raila Odinga made a brief speech causing laughter from the mourners.
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