In a Twitter post on Monday, April 4, Raila asked Kenyans what was happening in Nairobi after checking an update from Kalonzo’s phone.
It seems wherever was on the Wiper leader’s phone was quite important because Raila had to share the same information with Martha Karua and Peter Kenneth.
“My brother Stephen Kalonzo showed me something on his phone, in turn, I showed the same to Martha Karua and Peter Kenneth. Kwani huko kanairo kuna story?” Raila Twitted.
As usual, the social media user wasted no chance in updating the ODM leader on what was happening in Nairobi by posting creative and sarcastic responses.
Political analyst David Makali had to sarcastically bring in President Uhuru’s reaction to the stoning of Raila’s chopper in Eldoret.
“Ati orezo anaseema ukitupiwa mawe hivi tu nchi inachomeka. Mshow hiyo ni kitu kidogo umezoea… wakirusha tunarusha, wakimeza wembe tunakunywa maji.,” (The president has said that the country will be on fire if someone throws stones at you. Tell him that is something small…if they throw, we throw, if they swallow razorblade, we take water.) Makali responded to Raila.
Another random Twitter user, John Mainga informed Raila that the ODM chairman John Mbadi had just addressed the media alleging that the stone-throwers were well trained
Waithaka was Maruru took to Facebook to respond by saying “The deputy president is now holding pressers in his capacity as the opposition leader”
Another Facebook user, Kirunga Thuku wondered why the ODM leader had to post such a comment when Kenyans are suffering.
“Now what kind of mochene is this?? Really bwana Rao? Thuku replied to Raila’s post on Facebook.
Coincidentally by the time the former prime minister was writing his post, Deputy President William Ruto and his Kenya Kwanza were holding a press conference where they blasted the government on the current fuel crisis in the country.