Mzungu Man Dresses as Raila Odinga for Halloween, Carries Box of Evidence Showing Election Theft
- A man from Msung went for a night walk at a nightclub in Westlands, Nairobi, dressed as Haila Oding for Halloween
- The man carried a cartoon box with him, which he said contained evidence in the same way that a politician did in the Supreme Court.
- Footage and photo prisoners at the club amused many, but caused sad memories from Reila's supporters
A mzung man tickled Kenyans for his untie choice for a Halloween costume.
Mzungu Rail Oding Costume for Halloween
Photos and videos on social media show an unnamed man dressed as a former presidential candidate Reila Odinga.
He was wearing a floral shirt, the one preferred by the politician, and a blue Azimio La Umoja cap. He wore a tag with photo with Rail and his former running roommate Martha Carua pounced on him.
He ended the image with a cardboard box, mimicking how Raila presented evidence to the Supreme Court, challenging President William Ruto's victory, citing violations of election law.
“Azimio volume 34 A,” the inscription on the box reads.
A video posted on Twitter indicated that he was in a nightclub in the Westlands, Nairobi.
“What's in the box?” one reveler asked him.
“We have evidence, tuende (let's go to) Canaan!” he said, referring to the destination Reila promised his supporters.
Then he put his hand inside the box, but instead of a sheaf of papers, he took out a bottle of alcohol.
Many Kenyans considered the image of Raila a man quite humorous, and some said that he resembled Peter Kenneth Closer.
Here's a sample of the comments:
“Do you all celebrate Halloween? Is this economy not scary enough for you?”
“With hot air in tow.”
“It's not nice.”
“He's looking at Peter Kenneth more.”
“Because of what?”
“Not a cool Baba.”
“I believe he wanted to be Peter Kenneth. We're still grieving yo!”
Rail Oding home
Despite losing the election, the politician has at least billions to wipe away tears.
Reila owns several homes across the country, but spends most of her time in his Karen home.
The highly protected residence has a glass room that offers a soothing view of a lush, well-cultivated garden with numerous trees, shrubs and flowers.