Gideon Moi lose Kalonzo bet as Senegal claim continental title
As celebrations continue across Dakar following Senegal’s who first ever Africa Cup of Nations title, Kenyans, although not involved, wasn’t left behind as a number of Kenyan politicians including Raila Odinga took to social media to congratulate the team.
They were joined by Baringo Senator Gideon Moi who was gunning for Egypt and Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka who rallied behind Senegal took jibes at each other before the match.
After Moi’s team lost, he vowed to deliver the cock he’d promised Musyoka should Senegal take the trophy home for the first time.
“Hearty congratulations The Lions of Teranga for emerging winners of AFCON. Sisi kama supporters wa The Pharaohs, hata hatujaskia vibaya. Now @skmusyoka can come for his prize.”
Hearty congratulations The Lions of Teranga for emerging winners of AFCON. Sisi kama supporters wa The Pharaohs, hata hatujaskia vibaya.
— Gideon K. Moi (@MoiGideon) February 6, 2022
“Very high level quality game! @MoiGideon I trust the Jogoo is on its way! Red Sea waters will be parted.”
Gooooooooaaaallllll!!!!! This is a sneak preview of 9th August 2022. The Red Sea waters have been parted and we are walking through its blue waters. #SadioMane is a #BuffaloSoldier. Leta kuku yangu @GideonMoi#AFCON2021#HakikaTutaweza pic.twitter.com/WNNYCL906k
— Kalonzo Musyoka (@skmusyoka) February 6, 2022
Odinga while congratulating Senegal said that if elected president in the August polls, he will ensure Harambee Stars competes at the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) games adding that said his administration will be keen on fostering small community clubs.
“Congratulations Senegal on winning #AFCON2021 I promise the legion of Kenyan soccer fans that under my administration Harambee stars will be at the next #Afcon,” he wrote on Twitter.
We’ll invest in football starting with grassroots/mtaani and community clubs. #Inawezekana
— Raila Odinga (@RailaOdinga) February 6, 2022
Here are some of the reactions after Senegal won Afcon.
— Millicent Omanga (@MillicentOmanga) February 7, 2022
Congratulations Senegal. You deserved the win. pic.twitter.com/OiJ48hXmhl
— Johnson Muthama (@nduyamuthama) February 7, 2022