A young man in Kenya astound the crowd in Meru county after he hung himself on a moving helicopter carrying Raila Amolo Odinga.
Raila Amolo Odinga, also popularly known to his supporters as Agwambo, Tinga, Baba, RAO, and Jakom is a Kenyan politician who was Prime Minister from 2008 to 2013.
He was the main opposition candidate in the 2007 presidential election, running against incumbent Mwai Kibaki. Following a violence-marred election and post-poll crisis, Odinga was appointed Prime Minister in April 2008 in a power-sharing deal with Mwai Kibaki, serving as Supervisor and Coordinator of a national unity coalition government. In the subsequent presidential election 5 years later he placed second against Uhuru Kenyatta, Kibaki’s favored successor, garnering 5,340,546 votes, which represented 43.28% of the total votes cast.
The 71-year-old son of Kenya’s first vice-president had gone to address residents to register as voters in Meru Town on Thursday.
As he was returning, a man only identified as ‘Bungoma’ jumped and sat on the chopper’s landing skids and started waving to the crowd beneath. Watch the video below…