Dr. Boni Khalwale has posted his sitting room watching a football match between Liverpool Vs Chelsea. In twit that goes “At home in Malinya enjoying the Liverpool v Chelsea blockbuster with my boys Engine & Steve.." The Deputy President William Ruto supporter was relaxing after a much busy day he had on Saturday overseeing UDA registration in Western Kenya, according to what he posted on his Twitter handle.
His post however attracted mixed reactions from Netizens as below.
The Congress Man replying said “Mweshimiwa, hiyo game imekua hatari but Chelsea had shown their defensive spirit against Liverpool."
apollonix replying said “Kitambaa ya TV iko wapi..ama after bol ndo ifunikwe?"
JK_Junior replying said “Mhesh, this doesn't look like a house for a person of your stature, you can't even buy proper comfortable seats yawa!"
Harun Misigo replying said “Hii ndio bottom-up economy....with all this oppulence....?? Mnachukulia watu ufala Sana."
Village Ombudsman replying said “A whole doctor and you can't tell there is something wrong with your Tv elevation which will gradually cause neck problems.”
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