Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga has today held a high profile meeting with a renowned Ugandan Activist raising lots of speculations amid the rising political temperatures in the country ahead of the upcoming 2022 general election.
Speaking after the meeting, Raila has stated that he met Dr. Besigye and discussed the liberation dream that is still being pursued in many of African nations.
The 2022 Presidential hopeful has commended Dr. Besigye for staying focused on the well-being of the people in terms of liberation.
"It was great catching up with my long-time friend Kizza! Dr.Besigye and I discussed the liberation dream that is still being pursued in many of our nations. I commend him for staying focused on the well-being of our people," Raila said.
The meeting has raised eyebrows among Kenyans who have taken to his timeline, questioning what could be going on ahead of Raila's 2022 bid to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta come the 2022 polls.
Below are some of the reactions to the meeting;
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