Former prime minister Raila Odinga has arrived at the Wang'uru Stadium in Kirinyaga on Wednesday for the much anticipated Mashujaa Day Celebrations.
Surprisingly, the former Prime Minister cane with his daughter Winnie and not Mama Ida Odinga as many would have expected him to do.
A file photo of Raila Odinga and his daughter Winnie Odinga.
At some point, Winnie Odinga is seen accompanying his daughter to greet different visits who are already present at the stadium among them political dignitaries.
I'm the recent past, Raila Odinga has been accompanied to most of his events by Winnie Odinga who has been playing a key role in ensuring his dad is always okay.
Raila Odinga was also present to welcome the area boss governor Anne Mumbi Waiguru who arrived at the facility after he had arrived.
The two are seen having some communication before Anne Waiguru proceeds to greet other leaders who are present.
This comes days after Anne Mumbi Waiguru expressed desire to decamp from president Uhuru Kenyatta's Jubilee party and join deputy president William Ruto's United Democratic Alliance movement Party.
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