ODM Party leader Raila Odinga has been ailing for the past three weeks after contracting the deadly virus COVID-19 which forced him to quarantine.
The former Prime Minister was seen in public for the first time today where he accompanied President Uhuru across the city to inspect various projects fore by Nairobi Metropolitan Services ( NMS).
He praised President Uhuru for visiting him and inviting him to do the inspection together which has made him seen in public by the people who have been following his whereabouts.
He expressed his joy for being able to connect to the people and urged them to support Uhuru in accomplishing his agenda which he promised in the 2017 General elections.
The duo is currently working on building bridges to avoid chaos after every general election through BBI and bring all communities to the political table as 2022 succession politics fills the air.
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