Raila Odinga Rocks A 300K Sneaker

Lanes: Raila Odinga Rocks A 300K Sneaker

Raila Odinga is the talk of town this evening after we spotted him rocking Jordan retro airforce sneakers.

The original Jordan retro air sports shoe is a designer sneaker that costs a cool 346k Kenyan shillings.

Raila Odinga wore it to a mount Kenya youths meeting at the University of Nairobi.

Baba looked cool in those expensive sneakers with a pair of blue denim jeans.

The hustler nation brigade has taken issue with Raila’s show of opulence while Kenyans are facing tough economic times.

Why the shoes is costing 300k is beyond my understanding but a quick look at some features include;

  • It is pure leather
  • Has 100% rubber sole
  • The inner lining is also 100% leather.

Provided by a renowned sneaker marketplace specializing in never-before-seen, already-sold-out, in-demand collectibles.

Knowledgeable experts thoroughly tested each item to ensure its authenticity.

Virgil Abloh concentrated on the “UNC” colorway.

This is Michael Jordan’s first signature shoe for his third version of the legendary Off-White x Air Jordan 1.

The famous white and Carolina blue leather upper, inspired by the University of North Carolina, features on the high-top pair.


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Abloh’s deconstructed look and distinctive accents like a red zip tie match the colors.

The political enigma works very hard to merge in his support ahead of next year’s general elections.

Mount Kenya is a key area for all the top politicians aiming to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta.

Raila has been trying to make inroads to the mountain, an area that was perceived as a no-go zone by his opponents.

Thanks to his handshake with president Uhuru Kenyatta.

Raila is now finally able to walk to the mountain freely and sell his agenda to mount Kenya residents.

Raila will face it off with deputy president William Ruto, who enjoys massive support in the mountain.

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