10 December 2018

Kenya: Chatter as Mr Moneybag Khalwale Gifts Priest With New Car

Former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale has excited the online community after delivering an early Christmas gift to a Catholic priest in Kakamega.

Mr Khalwale explained on Facebook over the weekend that he was only fulfilling a promise he made the man of cloth.

"The priesthood is the love of the heart of Jesus. When you see a priest, think of our Lord Jesus Christ, Christians of Shitoli Catholic Church in Ikolomani were all smiles today when I delivered this car as a Christmas gift to their priest as I had promised," wrote Mr Khalwale.

Netizens on social media expressed varied reactions on Khalwale's new found "generosity".

"Tenda wema nenda zako... na Mungu aonaye kwa siri atakujibu kwa wazi," said Rodgers Lugalia.

"The bible says what you give with your right hand, your left hand shouldn't know. This publicity is in bad taste Hon," claimed Victor Ndalo.

"That's good, however, the whole world wasn't supposed to know," commented Benson Ariwo.

"Good mhesh, niko na harambee ya kujenga nyumba, will u support me pliz?" asked Milly K. Bukhaya.

"How does this exactly help the Christians of Shitoli?" asked Davis mamboleo.

"Good work muheshimiwa , let the Priest continue impacting people of Shitoli," commented Kwayera Ozzy Lijoodi.

"You never did all these when u were u in power, what changed?" asked Kevin Joseph.

"The bible says what you give with your right hand, your left hand shouldn't know. This publicity is in bad taste Hon," stated Victor Ndalo.


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