ODM Raila Odinga was seen in public for the first time in 21 days after testing Positive for Coronavirus.
He accompanied President today to oversee several projects under NMS in the City in which he seemed to be in good spirits.
The former prime minister has disclosed that he's now COVID-19 negative and appreciated those who were involved in taking care of him.
He termed those three weeks as one of the roughest and urged the Kenyans not to reduce guard on the fight against the virus.
"I have tested NEGATIVE for Covid-19.
The last three weeks have been the most trying but reflective; most humbling but hopeful.
Unfortunately, this virus has claimed the lives of our loved ones, frontline soldiers and it is still knocking on our doors." Raila Odinga.
Kenyans were happy with this news but made a Special request to him to talk to President Uhuru and ease the restrictions on the pandemic as they are suffering a lot due to the imposed measures.
The country is currently under impartial lockdown with five counties neighbouring Nairobi all affected by it.
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