As usual, citizens have a lot of expectations from their political and different celebrities. This has always made leaders to always struggle and live upto the expectations of their followers even if the situation is not favourable.
Most of the time when politicians post a photo of themselves from their homes, their followers will only be interested in value of the things they own whether expensive, big, small or even cheap.
This evening, the former prime minister and Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Amolo Odinga has treated his followers to mixed reactions after posting a photo of himself watching on the Arsenal versus Tottenham match.
However, what attracted the attention of his followers is the size of his television with majority arguing that he is living below his standard. From the reactions, majority expected to have a bigger television set than the one he has.
"Back to winning ways! We'll in Arsenal" Raila posted on his facebook page.
Majority sarcastically advised the presidential hopeful to look for another television set bigger than what he has.
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