Former prime minister Raila Odinga has emerged with an important message. Raila has expressed his close relationship with his elder brother Oburu Odinga. According to his earlier tweet, Raila disclosed that he has enjoyed a hearty chat with his brother Oburu.In his tweet, Raila disclosed how they shared their memories especially when they were young. Raila Odinga and Oburu Odinga have been working together in politics. Oburu Odinga has been lending hand to his younger brother Raila as he advised him on the political moves.
Professor Ole Kiyiapi has congratulated Raila Odinga on his move. He has advised Raila Odinga to invest more in those that remain when all is done and dusted. He has termed the Raila relationship with Oburu to be the most genuine, unpretentious, and precious relationship, especially in the family.
Ole Kiyiapi said "PM, these are the most genuine, unpretentious and precious relationships, family. The rest are mostly parasitic - invest in those that remain when all is done and dusted!"
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