Boni Khalwale's latest photo trending on the social media platforms has elicited mixed reactions among Kenyans. The photo shows Khalwale riding on a customised motorcycle-cum-wheelbarrow. On it, the customised motorcycle-wheelbarrow has UDA written on it all over with paintings of yellow-green to represent the party.
The race for next year's general elections has just began and the methods initiated by different politicians to attract the attention of the public is not limited to such. In the photo, Khalwale is seen seated on the motorcycle made if wheelbarrow as he tries to ride it. Kenyans have been quick to react to the outrageous photo of Khalwale.
The outspoken politician is among top politicans in Deputy President William Ruto's camp who are currently campaigning for him ahead of the general elections. DP Ruto is among the contenders for the presidential seat and his campaign strategy is a unique one despite receiving opposition from a section of Kenyans. However, Boni Khalwale's viral photo has caused an uproar on social media as a section of Kenyans slam him.
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