Orange democratic party leader, Hounerable Raila Odinga. Photo courtesy.
Orange democratic party leader, Hounerable Raila Odinga has jetted out of the country. He is expected to attend the meeting in Egypt together with President William Ruto who is expected to deliver a speech too. According to the sources close to Odinga. He is going to give a speech on impact of climate change on Africa infrastructure development.
"RAILA ODINGA leaves Kenya for Egypt to attend COP27; Odinga to make presentation on impact of climate change on infrastructure development in Africa." Read art of the report.
This means, Odinga will share a stage with President William Ruto despite bashing each other publicly while at home. Several Kenyans have wished Odinga well in his assignment today. He is currently holding a position of African representative on infrastructure. A position he took after loosing 2017 general election to Uhuru Kenyatta and Ruto who were winner. Well, let's wait and see how things will play out.
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