Mudavadi’s congratulatory message to Raila goes horribly wrong

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Mudavadi’s congratulatory message to Raila goes horribly wrongAmani National Congress (ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi on Wednesday congratulated NASA leader Raila Odinga on his appointment as African Union Representative for Infrastructure Development but his message did not go down well with a section of netizens.

Many of them asked Mudavadi why it took him so long to congratulate the former Prime Minister yet he was present when the announcement was made during Mashujaa Day celebrations at Bukhungu Stadium in Kakamega.

“I would like to congratulate my brother (& colleague) Hon Raila Odinga on his appointment as African Union High Representative For Infrastructure Development.

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“I wish you only the very best as you lend your wealth of experience to Africa. Hongera,” wrote Mudavadi.

This triggered a number of reactions from netizens, some questioning the genuinity of his message.

Here are some of the reactions:

4 days later!!!!!!!!!!
????

— Ronald Otieno (@otieno_ronald) October 24, 2018

Endamwamu nembe sana, 4 days later is when you sending a congratulatory note ????? Jacob and Esau— Ombati Edwin (@RealOmbatiEdwin) October 24, 2018

Hizo hongera jiwekee.. Genuine ones alizipokea within the first two day after the announcement.— MWANGI MUBEA (@MUBEAMWANGI) October 24, 2018

Watu kama nyinyi ndo mnalet kenya down… Sahii ndo unalearn Raila got a job.. What if you’re elected now to be the president si kenya tutabaki nyuma utaambia nini watu????— God’s helper (@japheth_bor) October 24, 2018

10 days later???????? as if you have felt guilty of not doing it and you have been forced to do so?— Kinyua Abala. ???????? (@AbalaKinyua) October 24, 2018

Kwani when is TODAY,Congratulations were done long time ago and baba assumed office.— Andrea Mytha (@andrewmytha10) October 24, 2018

alituma kitambo ilikuwa imehang— JARED ONSOMBI (@OnsombiJared) October 24, 2018

You just realized that now.. Better late than never..— Josh Oluga (@Josholuga) October 24, 2018

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Source The Standard Newspaper
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