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Woman Burns Close To Half A Million To Heap Praise On NASA Leader Raila Odinga

A lady has showered praises on NASA leader Raila Odinga as she decided to appreciate him through a prime newspaper. The lady, only known as Lillian, took to one of the prime pages of the local daily to send a message of gratitude to the NASA leader.

Woman burns close to half a million to heap praise on Raila Odinga

NASA leader Raila Odinga. PHOTO: Nation

Astonishingly, the “thank you” message scooped nearly half of the newspaper page.

It was learnt that to have such an advertisement on a National newspaper, one has to part ways with between KSh 250,000 to nearly half a million.

Woman burns close to half a million to heap praise on Raila Odinga

An exerpt from the Daily Nation showing a message from one Lillian to Raila Odinga. PHOTO: Twitter.com/Gabriel Oguda

The message sent all sorts of praise towards the NASA leader , who will be having his fourth and arguably his final stab at presidency.

Lillian urges Raila not to give up his quest to take the country to “The promised land”.

She also lists a number of things which she believes have been achieved under Raila’s watch, including calling out corruption and injustice in the country.

Woman burns close to half a million to heap praise on Raila Odinga

“Thank you Raila for calling out corruption” the excerpt from the newspaper read in part. PHOTO: Nation

“You were mocked and ridiculed…but the truth vindicated you. Thank you for being our voice. Do not tire…we see you. We are with you.” The message read.

The message is reflective of renewed hope from NASA supporters as a whole after the nullification of Uhuru Kenyatta’s win by the Supreme court.

Raila and Uhuru will now face off again in the ballot on October 17.

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