Raila Odinga who is the former prime minister and the leader of Azimio LA umoja, he is in South Africa for series of meetings there. Today he tweeted on his twitter page that A consultative meeting with the South African Minister of Tourism, @LindiweSisuluSA, in the vibrant city of Johannesburg. Raila want to boost African continent in terms of infrastructure and tourism sectors.
Baba while you are away, your instructions to your followers in nyanza was adhered to. The popularly elected president of Kenya was well received. Thanks Baba and looking forward to seeing you working with the real 5th. God bless you.
Raila is running 💨 away from the reality that his LUO nyanza region has embraced peace & president Ruto raila IS running away from the reality that he IS no longer influential..that by 2027. he will be finished politically. raila IS looking for A shoulder to cry on. So this is what consultative meeting look like! I am going to consult someone later today.
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