Today a photo has been cycling around the social media of one of the handshake partner . Raila Odinga campaigns car has been cought on camera being clamped by the Nairobi County Government.photo|courtesy.
A landcruiser belonging to the Orange Democratic party has been found under the Nairobi city council after wrong parking. The car will not be in operation for this few weeks until a parking has been paid.
The parking permit of this landcruiser car seemed to not to have been paid which is according to the rule and regulation of the government. Every user owning atleast one car must pay the parking tax to the government.photo|courtesy
This story has stirred some online argument among the two presidential ispirants. The most argument in Facebook has created most abuses that much were unpleasant.photo|courtesy.
"You have to plan your life before attacking Rutos life. The guy got his life inorder so let him be," one of the people on social media had to say that.photo|courtesy.
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