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Bold university student lights up social media, takes on Khalwale in Twitter brawl

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By Vincent Kejitan | June 25th 2018

Former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale posted a picture of his children on social media after their half-term break and Belinda Akinyi, a university student, attacked him stating that the post was unnecessary and petty.

“Don't you think that is a private matter? Seriously!!!!!! Very petty!” posed Akinyi.


Following Akinyi’s response, the politician engaged in an exchange of words with a number of netizens although some did not see a problem with what he had posted.



Khalwale had captioned his photos: “After a wonderful school half term family week with them, I finally dropped my small ones back to school today. We thank God.”

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