Jalas alias Jalangoo is a popular social media influencer and radio/tv presenter recognized in Kenya as a great media personality. He has always been featured on several events and shows hosting public programs and extending charity works to the less fortunate. He has also helped many young talented people by supporting their dreams and abilities.
2022 general elections are still approaching slowly as it's now two months to the official campaigns. Many political leaders have already declared their stand and positions that they'll be contesting for. Among the aspiring presidential candidates we have Hon. Raila Odiga A.K.A Baba.
Following this issue, Raila has been holding his political gatherings in various counties mobilizing citizens to get ready for elections. Today he happened to meet Jalas and had some photo moments together. In one of his Instagram posts, Jalas added a caption in support of Raila. Here is a quote of what he said " Utu na watu, Baba amesema Lang'ata iko safe."
This caption elicited different reactions from his fans as some joined to praise Raila while others differed with that opinion. Here are screenshots of their responses.
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