BLESSINGS

[PHOTOS] Presidential aspirant Nyambane receives Kaya elder's blessings

He was accompanied by his party secretary-general Naomi Cidi.

In Summary

• Last year, Nyambane insisted that his name will be on the ballot paper come August 9, elections.

• The man who was wildly known for mimicking the late President Daniel Moi is now seeking to be the fifth president of Kenya.

Umoja Summit presidential candidate Walter Mong'are, well known as Nyambane, received blessings from Mijikenda Kaya elders on Tuesday.

Mijikenda Kaya elders blessing Umoja Summit Presidential candidate Walter Mong'are alias Nyambane together with the party Secretary-general Naomi Cidi in Magarini, Kilifi County on Tuesday, MARCH 22, 2022.
Mijikenda Kaya elders blessing Umoja Summit Presidential candidate Walter Mong'are alias Nyambane together with the party Secretary-general Naomi Cidi in Magarini, Kilifi County on Tuesday, MARCH 22, 2022.
Image: ALPHONCE GARI

The former Director of Youth Affairs in the office of the president declared his presidential candidature on Saturday after, what he termed as, listening to the people on the ground.

Mijikenda Kaya elders blessing Umoja Summit Presidential candidate Walter Mong'are alias Nyambane together with the party Secretary-general Naomi Cidi in Magarini, Kilifi County on Tuesday, MARCH 22, 2022.
Mijikenda Kaya elders blessing Umoja Summit Presidential candidate Walter Mong'are alias Nyambane together with the party Secretary-general Naomi Cidi in Magarini, Kilifi County on Tuesday, MARCH 22, 2022.
Image: ALPHONCE GARI

He was accompanied by the party secretary-general Naomi Cidi.

The man who was wildly known for mimicking the late President Daniel Moi is now seeking to be the fifth president of Kenya.

Mijikenda Kaya elders blessing Umoja Summit Presidential candidate Walter Mong'are alias Nyambane together with the party Secretary-general Naomi Cidi in Magarini, Kilifi County on Tuesday, MARCH 22, 2022.
Mijikenda Kaya elders blessing Umoja Summit Presidential candidate Walter Mong'are alias Nyambane together with the party Secretary-general Naomi Cidi in Magarini, Kilifi County on Tuesday, MARCH 22, 2022.
Image: ALPHONCE GARI

Last year, Nyambane insisted that his name will be on the ballot paper in the August 9, elections.

"I used to imitate presidents and you know, you can act something until you become. I think I faked it and I am hopeful to make it someday," he said. 


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