Former Kenyan leader Raila Odinga engaged Nairobi citizens for the first time. The former prime minister is on his first public outreach tour since losing the August 9, 2002, presidential election.
After receiving an invitation from Gaucho, the former prime minister visited the legendary people's parliament that was hosted at Nairobi's Jivanjee Gardens. It was mandatory for Raila Odinga to attend. Along alongside him were Paul Onigiri, aka Babu Owino, a member of parliament from the Orange Democratic Movement, and Phelix Odiwuor, a member of parliament from Lang'ata.
In the meeting, Raila discussed recent election developments, with the independent electoral and boundaries commission and the judiciary being the main topics of conversation. Following the meeting, Raila waved to passing onlookers as he strolled through Nairobi's streets.
Mike Sonko, a former governor of Nairobi, has spoken out over Raila's actions today and has asked President William Ruto to give Raila a job in the same manner that he did for Uhuru Kenyatta.
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