The orange democratic movement party leader Hon Raila Odinga today surprised a businessman in Chaka town after buying the shoes which he was selling. The orange democratic movement party leader Hon Raila Odinga stopped at his shop where he was selling to the residents and ordered a sneaker shoes.
According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the former prime minister Raila Odinga gave the businessman twenty thousand shillings for the shoes he bought. This has come after the deputy president William Ruto also bought an umbrella from a woman in Migori at the same price. The former prime minister Raila Odinga will be touring various parts of mount Kenya region where he will talking to the residents.
It is now clear that politicians are using simple trick to catch the feelings of poor Kenyans who are suffering daily due to high cost of living. It is time for politicians to stop cheating kenyans with small money which cannot help them pay rent or school fees for their children. All kenyans must be keen with what politicians give them since it must be returned in different form. Remember to wear mask and maintain social distance.
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