Drama in Nairobi CBD as Woman Cries over Raila’s Loss [VIDEO]

Afadhali nikufe

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They flocked to the streets with placards inscribed with the word, Uhuru Must Go Home, You can’t Kill Us all, We Will Not Accept and Move On, among others.

This was in solidarity with Odinga’s move to challenge the win of President Uhuru Kenyatta in the just concluded General Election, which they described as a sham.

One woman, however, stood from the crowd when she started wailing hysterically and blocking vehicles from passing.

"Afadhali nikufe. Baba amenyaganya (It is better I die, they have stolen from Raila)," she shouted.

She then proceeded to sit on the road where she cried asking for justice to prevail in the case.

Here is the video:

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