The whereabouts of former President Uhuru Kenyatta has been revealed as Azimio leader leader Raila Odinga delivered his alleged message to Kenyans.
Speaking after attending a Church Service at Christ the king Mitume Catholic Church in Kitale, Tranzoia County, the former Prime Minister revealed that Uhuru is currently in Abuja, Nigeria. He however did not reveal much details about the former president's visit to Nigeria.
The opposition chief also told the congrats that Uhuru had sent him to deliver his greatings to Kenyans in the Western part of the country.
"Uhuru Kenyatta ako Abuja, Nigeria lakini amesema nikifika hapa nilete salamu zake (Uhuru Kenyatta is in Abuja, Nigeria and he told me to deliver his regards when I come here)," Raila said.
The former Prime Minister made the revelation at a time he was introducing the Azimio leaders that had accompanied him to the Prayer Service. He said that Jubilee's Jeremiah Kioni was the leader who represented the Jubilee Party at the prayer meeting.
He also used the opportunity to thank the Saboti residents, saying that they largely voted for him in the last election and have been supporting him in his quest for President.
Raila said that he is now lying between the two ridges and is sure that he will finally lead his people to the promised land, Cannan.
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