Kieni Member of Parliament Hon Kanini Kega has sparked mixed Reactions in the Country. And this is after he posted a Photo of Azimio One Kenya Alliance Presidential Candidate Hon Raila Amollo Odinga on his Official Facebook page.
Kanini Kega is among the Politicians from the larger Mount Kenya who have carrying out Massive Political Campaigns on behalf of the Former Prime Minister Hon Raila Amollo Odinga.
Kanini Kega, Jeremiah Kioni, Wambugu Ngunjiri and Abia Muruki and Ephraim Mwangi are among the top Jubilee Members who were given the Task to make Raila Odinga Influential in the Mountain.
But surprisingly, Kanini Kega and his other Counterparts from the Mountain have been accused of selling Raila Odinga like Marijuana. The Gatundu South Member of Parliament Hon Moses Kuria once accused Kanini Kega of playing Raila.
Now, his post has elicited Reactions from Kenyans on different Online platforms. Some have accused Kanini Kega to switch off his Natio mode against Deputy President Dr. William Samoei.
Below is a Sample of the Comments from Kenyans.
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