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President Uhuru's Late Night Meeting with Raila at his Karen Home Leaves Kenyans Guessing

By DrArogo | self meida writer
Published 11 days ago - 9294 views

Reports across media outlets have said that President Uhuru Kenyatta sneaked out of State House at night to see Hon Raila Odinga at his Karen residence. The reason for their late night meeting has not been put public but people are speculating that it might be about the BBI which in the recent has been faced with turmoil.

This revelation has left Kenyans with more questions guessing what the duo were all about. Today the president accompanied by Hon Raila Odinga have been traversing the County of Nairobi inspecting the projects that have been going on.

Kenyans has since taken to social media to express their different opinions regarding this meeting. Below are some of the reactions;

"President Uhuru Kenyatta is currently meeting former Prime Minister Raila Odinga at his Karen home. What is so urgent that they had to meet at night past curfew hours? Or has reggae stopped? Let's wait for the big announcement." Alnur Mohamed.

@Masinde001, "Whatever happens in Karen after the meeting between Raila Odinga and Uhuru Kenyatta is quite immaterial now. Their handshake can collapse if need be. All we want is to go to Canaan. UhuRuto's government has done 'fellow Kenyans' dirty. People are barely surviving out here."

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