Despite having been among the dignitaries present in parliament during this year's State of the Nation address, Raila Odinga did not join the Head of State president Uhuru Kenyatta for the entertainment session.
From photos that have been released, both president Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto can be seen being entertained by sone dancers at parliament buildings on Tuesday evening.
It is not yet clear if Raila Odinga left immediately after the event which saw the Head of State make his final State of the Nation address.
In a joint sitting of the National Assembly and Senate, president Uhuru Kenyatta gave a report on the measures taken and the progress achieved in the realization of our National Values in line with the Constitution, as well as a report on the progress made in fulfilling the international obligations of our Republic and the State of our national security.
The Head of State noted that of all the lessons, the enduring one is that Kenya is always greater than any one of us. In times of great political turmoil, patriotic men and women were spurred by the love of their Country to bridge partisan divides and to come together to put Kenya first.
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