As the 2022 general elections looms, the youth in the country are up for grabs since they are the majority in the country. Politicians there have a tendency of saying and doing things to blend in with the youth.
Raila Odinga today was dressed to kill ahead of youth meeting held in Nairobi. Odinga was in his usual half jacket with sneakers to match his jeans trouser. He is also rocking white shirt with a matching hat meaning Baba's sense of fashion is still on top.
While addressing the youth, Odinga continued to drum up support for his Azimio la Umoja initiative which he believes is what the country needs at the moment. Odinga also used the platform to talk about his relationship with Uhuru and how beneficial it has been to the country. “On basis of the handshake, Uhuru & I had open discussions but it was a very difficult because I used to refer to him as a drunkard & he also refereed to me as ‘mundu muguruki’ but we had 2 meetings to resolve the issues” – Raila
Would rate Odinga's looks out of ten!
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