Deputy President William Ruto's close ally cum former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale.He also is an aspiring candidate for the Kakamega County Gubenotorial race in the upcoming 2022 general elections.Has been handed a major shocker, in regards to his quest to clinch the Kakamega's County Gubenotorial seat.
This is after he shared online a video of his warm reception accorded to him. As he toured Shinyalu area in Kakamega County for his purposed engagements.
Where he was received by huge crowds of his supporters. Who flanked his side, drumming and singing along to the Isukuti beats as they made entry to the purposed venue.
Here is the video,please click on this link to watch. As shared by Boni Khalwale via his Facebook page.
Below is the Facebook image;
A move the former Kakamega senator has lauded and shared online captioning the following words,"sweet music, sweet tunes, good isikuti.How I was received today in Shinyalu."
However, his joy on his cordial welcome accorded to him. Has not resonated well with a section of Kenyans online.
Who have joined the bandwagon of critics telling off Boni Khalwale that indeed they will dance for him, but they won't vote for him in the upcoming 2022 general elections.
"One thing am certain is that 2022, you will officially join former western leaders like Bifwoli Wakoli.For now enjoy your denial stage," one Facebook user identified as Musula penned down in response to Boni Khalwale's post.
As some remained in solidarity with him, congratulating and urging the former Kakamega Senator to soldier in with his quest to clinch the coveted County top seat.
"Things that make Khalwale happy," another Facebook user identified as Winnie acknowledged Boni Khalwale.
Below are the reactions
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