For the first time since he lost the presidential elections in 2022, former Prime Minister Raila Amollo Odinga visited Nairobi and held a meeting with the people of the city. The event was held at Jivanjee Gardens. It was the former prime minister's first engagement with the people of the city since he was removed from office. He was invited to the meeting by Gaucho.
On behalf of Orange Democratic Movement MPs, Raila visited the offices of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission and the judiciary in Nairobi. He was accompanied by Paul Onigiri and Phelix Odiwuor. During the meeting, Raila discussed the recent elections and the judiciary's role in the process. After the meeting, he walked down the streets of Nairobi and greeted the people. Mike Sonko, a former governor of Nairobi, has broken his silence regarding Raila's activities. He now wants president William Rutoto to find a job that will suit Raila the same way he was done for his predecessor, President Uhuru.
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