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Parliament Cheers As Raila's Name Is Mentioned In The House (Video)

Today the parliament of Kenya was in a more jovial mood after they heard the name of the orange Democratic movement party leader Raila Odinga which was mentioned by the speaker of the national assembly Justin Muturi.

During his opening speech as the speaker of the house during the state of the nation in front of the president of the republic of Kenya GH hon. Uhuru Kenyatta, Justin Muturi decided to recognize the distinguish guests in the house.

He started with mentioning the name of the deputy president William Ruto which was welcomed by small leg stabbing on the floor, then he called Chief justice Martha Koome and after there he recognized Raila Odinga as the former prime minister which the member of parliament welcomed with a lot of cheers.

"Mr. President Uhuru Kenyatta let me take this opportunity to recognize some distinguish guests amongst us. We have deputy president William Ruto, chief justice Martha koome and the next is Former prime minister Raila Odinga, who is also the chief of African infrastructure," Muturi said.

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