While sharing the photos of the epic moment, Raila praised Umeme grounds and the people of Ziwani for the warm welcome into the area citing that the place is a haven of Kenya's rich football history. He also participated in taking penalty kicks with enthusiastic youths while comparing him shots with those of the Manchester united legend Cristiano Ronaldo popularly referred to as CR7.
"Pena yangu Ziwani leo na ya CR7 gani noma? The youths playing football in this country need passionate attention. Umeme grounds is a site of a lot of Kenyan football history. Thank you Ziwani," read the post in Raila's official Facebook page.
Kenyans have dropped mixed reactions after Raila shared these photos which have gone viral in various social media platforms. His critics allied to Ruto's camp have cited his act as a publicity stunt to gain political mileage as the 2022 elections are near the corner. However, his strong pro-handshake crusaders allied to the ODM camp have noted that this is a clear indication of Tinga's good health and strong willpower to face off his opponents in the 2022 general elections. See more comments below. Like, share and follow this page for more news updates.
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