The two leaders met in Kabarak, Nakuru County
Junior took to social media in a comical post to demand for a bull, in a post which was accompanied by a photo of the two leaders.
“Perhaps the Bull that was promised at my wedding can finally be collected Raila Odinga,” he tweeted.
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He would later blame his followers for failing to appreciate the humor in his post, after netizens attacked him for failing to inherit his father’s political gimmicks.
“I see Twitter still hasn't bequeathed you with a sense of humour,” he said.
Earlier, a twitter user had urged Junior to always accompany his father in maiden trips and in holding talks with key political players like for the case of Daniel Moi.
“It was an oxen, in case it wasn't sarcasm. No Kalenjin man will give you/out a bull in any circumstances prevailing. It has serious figurative indications,” Erick Cheruiyot said.
Raila Odinga on Thursday held a private meeting with former President Daniel arap Moi in Kabarak, but his communication team would downplay political motives, adding that the visit was meant to check on the health status of the former President.
Moi was recently discharged from hospital in Israel’s Tel Aviv for a regular knee checkup.
Despite the rather innocent explanation, there were heavy political undertones in the Kabarak "handshake".
Mr Odinga was accompanied by close political allies including Vihiga Senator George Khaniri and Mvita MP Abdulswamad Sharrif Nassir.
Nassir was recently awarded the powerful position of Chairperson of the Pbublic Investments Committee while Khaniri has been in Odinga's good books over his active role in the January 30th swearing in ceremony.