Hilarious photos of Khalwale collecting stones to fight rivals

From bullfighter to stone thrower

Former Kakamega Senator Bonny Khalwale collecting stones

Former Kakamega Senator Boni Khwalwale has become the butt of online jokes after he was photographed carrying stones to defend himself with stones during the Kibra by-election.

Khalwale was pictured collecting stones from a ditch and posing as if ready for action after his team clashed with a rival group.

Earlier in the day, Khalwale was captured on video being chased away and stones being pelted towards him by some individuals in Kibra.

In a video which was circulated on social media, Khalwale was seen walking as some rowdy Kibra residents follow him behind while throwing stones and hurling insults at him.

Online trolls 

The rowdy residents are also heard shouting ‘Kibra ni yetu’ as they continue hurling stones at the politician.

Despite not having security, Khalwale was protected by his supporters who walked with him while he was chased.

It is still unknown if the politician sustained any injuries during the incident.

Kenyans trolled the former senator online including some high profile politicians and personalities.

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