Azimio La Umoja Movement presidential flag bearer Hon Raila Odinga has been missing in action in the political scene. Yesterday, he travelled out of the Country for an international assignment. It is worth noting that Raila is the African Union envoy for Infrastructure Development and so he was in Juba, South Sudan where he commissioned a bridge.
After the South Sudan tour, the President hopeful flew to Uganda. Here, he held a meeting with the Country's President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni. He paid him a visit at the State House in Entebbe. Raila has this evening taken to his social media pages where he shared photos of the session.
"We walked down memory lane to discuss the shared history of our countries aimed at forging stronger ties moving into the future. That formed the core of a pleasant discussion with President Kaguta Museveni at Statehouse in Entebbe, Uganda." Raila said.
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