Azimio la Umoja coalition leader Raila Odinga has left Kenyans and particularly supporter to mixed reactions as he reveals what awaits ahead.
Penning to his social media platforms, Raila Odinga inform that morale us high today ahead of FIFA World Cup that will commence in Qatar.
In his tweet, in a quick response question, he football lovers to predicts which of Africa teams in the world Cup will perform best in the tournament that happens after every four years.
"Leo niko na morale sana, FIFAWorldCup inaanza. Cameroon, Ghana, Morocco, Senegal na Tunisia wanawakilisha bara la Africa. Nawatakia kila la kheri. Kati ya wanaona nani atatoboa?," Raila Odinga stated.
The remark has sparked reactions with many football lovers to their social media platform have made their predictions. Reactions as seen below.
Lawrence: Jakom which team are you supporting in World Cup?
Odoke: Brazil or Portugal
Kisai: Wewe uko side gani?
Feel free to share your prediction ahead of world Cup that will commence tonight. Which side are you supporting?
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