Raila Odinga is one of the high profile leaders in the country. He is the current party leader of the ODM party which happens to be the official opposition party in Kenya. Raila Odinga have also served as the Prime minister of Kenya from the year 2008 to 2013. Currently, Raila Odinga is Uhuru Kenyatta's political friend.
Now, today, the ODM boss held a high profile meeting on his office in Nairobi. Raila Odinga revealed this news through his Twitter page where he said that he held a consultative meeting with the high commisioner of South Africa to Kenya where they dicussed various issues including; trading activities between Kenya and South Africa as well as peace and security in Africa.
"Discussed an array of issues with South Africa's High Commissioner to Kenya Mninwa Johannes Mahlangu including strengthening of trade between our nations, supporting multilateralism at the UN and AU, and joining hands to support peace and stability in Africa and across the globe." Said hon Raila Odinga
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