You Joke Too Much! Boni Khalwale Mocked for Late Evening Matungu Campaign Update
By DerrickMaroko | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 1 views
Former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale decamped Raila Odinga's NASA to vie for the Kakamega gubernatorial seat only to lose. Today his loyalty is with DP Ruto's Tangatanga. With the upcoming Matungu by-elections to replace departed Murunga, Khalwale has been busy trumping up support for UDA's Alex Lanya and he has been dramatic about it.
This evening in a post on his Facebook page, Dr Boni Khalwale shared his views that the people of Matungu have made their decision and shared a picture of someone being lifted on a wheelbarrow.
Kenyans were not lenient with him for his post and even questioned his resolve lately. Some felt that he joked too much considering there are even times Khalwale was pictured carrying stones and throwing at police officers besides the one time he even spilled water at them. Here are some of thos reactions.
Do you think Boni Khalwale jokes too much as well? Share you views below.
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