Kenyans on social media have dared the former Senator for Kakamega County Dr. Boni Khalwale to gift his daughter a wheelbarrow. This is after the vocal politician who is currently allied to DP Ruto's Hustler Nation took to his social media handles celebrating his daughter who has graduated with BSc Actuarial Science from the University of Nairobi.
Kenyans on Facebook flocked the comments section under the post by Dr. Boni Khalwale asking him to gift a wheelbarrow to his daughter upon her graduation.
"Wapi wheelbarrow yake?", Asked a Facebook user named Jim Bonnie.
"Now give her a wheelbarrow. And her future will be luminous.", Commented a Facebook user named Betty N Maina.
The ridiculous comments by a section of Kenyans are linked to the political advocacy by Dr. Boni Khalwale supporting the much taunted DP Ruto's Hustler Narrative where they have a wheelbarrow as their symbol.
The comments were in form of criticism meant to remind him that it is awkward to take back Kenya to the era of using wheelbarrows.
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