Kenyans react to viral photo of Raila on Huduma Namba billboard

The photo went viral on Sunday!

Kenyans react to viral photo of Raila on Huduma Namba billboard

A section of Kenyans have reacted after a viral picture of former Prime Minister Raila Odinga on a Huduma Namba billboard.

In the billboard, Raila is calling on members of the public to have themselves registered for the Huduma Namba.

Nimesajiliwa je wewe?” reads the message on the advertising billboard with the opposition leader’s image.

The source of the billboard and its location, however, still remain unclear.

Kenyans on Twitter then expressed their disappointment with what the former Prime Minister had done, as some saw no problem with the billboard.

Here are their reactions;

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