Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga today held a high-level meeting with the British High Commissioner in Nairobi. However, one of the bloggers commented on twitter saying that he regretted for Raila having such a meeting with the British commissioner.
According to blogger Abuga Makori, former Prime Minister Raila Odinga is saddened to see dark forces like the British commissioner in Kenya. He also stated that he secretly worked with the top commander of this force, William Ruto, and they never loved him. He also claimed that they hampered the democratic process.
This comes after former Prime Minister Raila Odinga, along with other Azimio leaders, joined talks with the British High Commissioner on deepening democracy, development and the rule of law in Kenya. Hon Raila also did not meet the High Commissioner in Kenya to discuss the past elections and how to strengthen the rule of law and democracy. His hopes of leading Kenya have always remained a dream.
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