Japheth Kavinga’s invite to State House ‘goat eating party’ amuses Twitter
Presidential candidate Japhet Kavinga Kaluyu has left social media in stitches with a invitation to Kenyans to a goat-eating party on Friday at State House after he is declared the winner of Thursday’s repeat election.
While addressing journalists outside the Supreme Court on Wednesday morning, Mr Kavinga exuded confidence that he was going to win.
“We are ready for the election, I am confident that we will win. I will invite everyone for goat eating at State House on Friday,” said Mr Kavinga.
The independent presidential candidate came in sixth in the presidential election of August 8, 2017 whose results were later annulled by the Supreme Court.
He later conceded defeat saying, “It is mathematically impossible for him to keep up with the rest.”
High Cort Judge Justice Mativo delivered a verdict that all candidates that had participated in the August 8 general election were entitled to participate as candidates in the fresh polls.
This came after Third Way Alliance presidential candidate went to court to contest IEBC’s decision to only include President Uhuru Kenyatta and Nasa leader Raila Odinga’s names on the ballot paper to be used during the fresh elections ordered by the Supreme Court of Kenya.
Kaluyu kavinga is a comedian… More like a clown… Not really a presidential candidate ???
— AxelRod (@iamMacjay) October 25, 2017
Friday tumeitiwa Goat-Eating party na Kaluyu Kavinga @ State House cz he is CONFIDENT he’ll WIN the elections. Nataka Fangi pia ???????
— Nick Njacy (@nick_JASSY) October 25, 2017
kaluyu kavinga right ..ashatualika goat eating when his the president …
— John Maingi (@jay_jawn) October 25, 2017
Kavinga Kaluyu:I m ready to wake up in state house on Friday!
— lizah mutuku (@l_lizah) October 25, 2017
Dr. Kavinga Kaluyu is a man to watch..flying home to contest for presidency, lose, concede, fly back to USA and return to contest again…
— Chebii Kibet (@ChebiiKibet) October 25, 2017
Presidential Candidate Kavinga Kaluyu says the fresh presidential election should go on tomorrow as scheduled @KBCChannel1
— Stanley Wabomba (@StanleyWabomba) October 25, 2017
Kavinga Kaluyu ashafika SCOK but Njoki alishindwa!
— Kaurian™️ (@samiKIP) October 25, 2017
You cannot say elections have been rigged before even they happen – Kavinga Kaluyu (2017 Presidential Candidate, Kenya)
— john wainaina (@wainaina_john) October 25, 2017
Kavinga Kaluyu air ticket is ready for activation. So any Kenyan thinking he is one of us is misguided
— Okodoi Travel (@hosy_hosy) October 25, 2017