Kenyans react after Orange Democratic movement governor meet with president William Ruto yesterday in the evening. Yesterday online users reacted positively and negatively online after Barasa posted few photos together with head of State and other popular leaders from Western Kenya.
Many user said that it was big betrayal for Barasa to post photos together with the head of State despite he failed to support him during the campaign and instead he supported Raila Odinga who lost the bid to president William Ruto during the general election which was held in August. The following screenshot shoe how Kenyans reacted after Barasa posted the photos online through his Facebook page .
Barasa he was followed by popular leasers leaders such as Kakamega senator and Malava member of Parliament. Barasa is planning how president William Ruto he will be welcomed in Kakamega in the upcoming few days. Barasa is trying to create strong foundation for development in Kakamega county.
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