Raila’s photo with US president Trump sparks excitement [PHOTOS]

A photo of ODM leader Raila Odinga with US president Donald Trump has taken the internet by storm...

ODM leader Raila odinga

Social media was abuzz on Friday morning after a photoshopped picture of ODM leader Raila Odinga and President Donald Trump went viral.

The photo, which was widely shared, showed Odinga, who is currently in the US, signing a document while the US President was keenly staring at him.

A section of the public seemed to have believed the photo as true commenting ‘Tibim’ the journey has started.

Another section automatically detected that the photo had been edited stating “that will never happen.”

Others went ahead and produced the two photos to show how the picture had been manipulated stating “good editing skills.”

Here is the photo:

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