This is What Raila Was Doing on Super Tuesday(Photos)
By SMOKIN-NEWS | self meida writer
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While several counties are continuously endorsing the Building Bridges Initiative constitutional amendment Bill today on super Tuesday, the ODM party leader HE the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga has been holding an indoor meeting with Kisumu County governor Prof Peter Anyang Nyongo and two delegates of an energy company in Egypt. Raila has disclosed that their discussions touched the energy sector and the opportunity it has for the devolved units of the Kenyan government.
"I had a productive meeting with Kisumu Governor @AnyangNyongo who was accompanied by Mr Amir Zaki and Mr Ike Allibhai of Elsewedy Electric from Egypt. Our discussion touched on the energy sector and opportunities available to devolved units of government," the opposition chief has posted on his official Twitter account. You can remember Raila Odinga is one person who has a keen interest in energy investment. Raila hosted these stakeholders today at his Capitol Hill office
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