ODM leader Raila Odinga was on Friday feted by the Kaka Society for his sacrifice in making Kenya a better country by promoting peace and development. He was honored by his diligence to have a handshake with His Excellency Hon. Uhuru Kenyatta. This promoted peace and opened doors for every single Kenyan to do business every where in the country.
Raila also honored Tanzania for not being carried away by the different tribes they come from. He congratulated them for being patriotic and keeping away their ethnicity.
In his address, he was seen rocking in a two-piece suit over a black animal skin cloak with the Kenyan flag’s colors on the hemming. The celebrated politician also wore a 'Kufi' cap, which is synonymous with African chiefs.
Raila, who sat on a gold and red ‘throne’ with a footstool had his ceremonial spear as well.
However, what many don't know is that he was gifted all these African robes and did not spend even a single shilling on them.
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