Azimio Coalition Leader Raila Odinga travelled to South Africa for a week-long working tour. In a statement from his spokesman Dennis Onyango, the former Prime Minister departed the country on Friday. Raila is scheduled to assess the Program for Infrastructure Development in Africa Priority Action Plan 2’s current state while in South Africa (PIDA-PAP2).
Azimuo La Umoja Presidential Spokesman, Prof. Makau Mutua has shared photos ofRaila Odinga while in South Africa as he reveals detailseof the high profile Leader the ODM Party Leader has met. According to Prof. Makau Mutua, Raila held a consultative meeting with South Africa Minister for Tourism, Lindiwe Sisulu.
"TODAY in Johannesburg, the Rt. Hon @RailaOdinga held a consultative meeting with the Hon @LindiweSisuluSA, the South African Minister for Tourism. He was accompanied by Migori Senator @oketchgicheru." Prof. Makau Mutua's statement.
Prof. Makua Mutua has further revealed that the ODM Party Leader was accompanied by Migori Senator, Eddy Oketch. Raila Odinga can be seen in high spirits as he takes a photo with the South African Minister for Tourism.
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