The outspoken politician received the token from some members of the Maasai community as a “thank you” for helping learners remain afloat through his online classes.
Babu’s gifts were handed to him on Monday, August 31 at the Nairobi Parliament.
Taking to his Facebook account, the youthful leader said he named the goats as such to reflect the peace that Kenya has experienced since the Uhuru and Raila “Handshake.”
“Today at Parliament,I received a delegation from the Maasai community who gifted me with two goats for the good job we have been doing by teaching the Kenyan children.I named one goat Raila and the other Uhuru as a sign of peace we have experienced after handshake.” He wrote.
Babu is an active follower of opposition leader Raila Odinga and a loyal supporter of the Building Bridges Initiative (BB) report which came to bear the infamous “handshake” between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga.