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David Ndii’s hilarious comment on Raila-Ruto meeting at Matiba's home

They are here

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Mr Ndii made the remark after a photo of the two shaking hands at the home of former Cabinet Minister Kenneth Matiba was shared on social media.

The Economist, who was an onlooker in the picture as the two exchanged pleasantries, remarked on it using the now popular words of South Africa Opposition leader Julius Malema: They are here.

Malema made the remarks during the funeral of South Africa’s heroine Winnie Madikizela-Mandela at Orlando stadium.

His famous speech was targeting people at the funeral who he said were mourning pretentiously.

While hailing praise on the former Anti-apartheid icon, Mr. Malema asked Winnie to give South Africans a signal.

"Equally big Mama, some of those who sold you to the regime are here! They are crying louder than all of us who cared for you. Mama the UDF cabal is here!

"The cabal that rejected and distanced itself from you! They are crying crocodile tears after disowning you at a critical moment hoping the regime will finish off," Malema said.

Kenyans started a #JuliusMalemaChallenge which after Matiba died they used it to attack those who were against the veteran politician.

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