A man has taken to his Facebook account to narrate an ordeal that he has been going through after the death of the son of the former prime minister of Kenya ,honorable Raila Amollo Odinga.
According to the reports given by the man who has identified himself as Vincent Onyango Ongoro, he stated that Raila’s son was too kind to see him through his university where he alleged paid for his school fees.
This was followed by a another good news after he again paid for the mans fees until he cleared his university in Kisii. However, he says that the late Fidel had promised to attend his school on his graduation day.
Unluckily, he died a day before the man could graduate and so due to this reason, he confessed that the untimely death of the deceased as haunted him to date.
Due to this reason, Kenyans who reacted to his confession has urged him to see a doctor or find a way to meet Honorable Raila Odinga and make peace with what’s disturbing him.
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