Dirty chat kenyan

30-Sep-2019 07:58

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“Raila knows that he can count on us, we are here, and we will be waiting for his word.” But 21-year-old taxi driver Samwell Ochyeng was a bit nonplussed, saying Odinga was definitely living up to his nickname Agwambo, a Luo word which translates as “the unpredictable”.

We were waiting for a crucial announcement, and he comes up with this speech,” he said.

The vote, which saw Kenyatta winning with 98 percent of the votes cast, was the chaotic climax of two months of political drama and acrimony triggered by the Supreme Court’s overturning of an initial August poll over widespread irregularities.But we’ve managed to get through them and made our love even stronger.Although they are not really necessary, but a token of your love for him is not a bad idea.Turnout was just 38.8 percent, marring the credibility of a vote that has deeply polarised the East African nation, sparking months of bitter infighting, legal wrangling and violent protest.“It was a very good speech,” nodded Linah Awuor, 42, who was selling plastic jerrycans in Kibuye market, saying she hoped the government would hear his “message of peace”.It was not good for business lately, and I hope it will get better now.” And Nixon Juma, a 25-year-old who said he had taken part in every protest since August, said he was happy to follow Odinga’s leadership.

The vote, which saw Kenyatta winning with 98 percent of the votes cast, was the chaotic climax of two months of political drama and acrimony triggered by the Supreme Court’s overturning of an initial August poll over widespread irregularities.

But we’ve managed to get through them and made our love even stronger.

Although they are not really necessary, but a token of your love for him is not a bad idea.

Turnout was just 38.8 percent, marring the credibility of a vote that has deeply polarised the East African nation, sparking months of bitter infighting, legal wrangling and violent protest.“It was a very good speech,” nodded Linah Awuor, 42, who was selling plastic jerrycans in Kibuye market, saying she hoped the government would hear his “message of peace”.

It was not good for business lately, and I hope it will get better now.” And Nixon Juma, a 25-year-old who said he had taken part in every protest since August, said he was happy to follow Odinga’s leadership.

I know saying those words are not enough to express my feelings to you.