Ex-Kieni MP Kanini Kega won a seat in the newly concluded East Africa Legislative Assembly (EALA) elections with broad bipartisan support. Members of both the Azimio and Kenya Kwanza camps worked together to secure Kega a node for Kenya's EALA delegation.
Rigathi Gachagua, verified this at a public gathering by saying that party members had to set aside their disagreements in order to give one of their own the award.
One week later, the news of Hon Kega's appearance where he was photographed with Kenya's president, William Ruto, has caused some eyebrows to be raised. The most outspoken opponent, Mwalimu Abduba Dida, expressed his dismay that Kega, a former adversary of Ruto's, is now seen smiling and taking selfies with him.
"Mixed-race African animals are hilarious, but only if they are unrelated. Even if you treat them badly (such as by beating them, giving them unclean water, or keeping them outside all night), they will still defend you and come running to you with a smile on their face in the morning." A message from Mwalimu Abduba Dida.
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