From the look of things, the relationship between Uhuru and his deputy is done and dusted. This was evident today when Raila Odinga played host to visiting head of state from little know Estonia in the presence of Uhuru’s cabinet secretary for defense Monica Juma.
Uhuru's Cabine Secretary at Raila's residence
From the look of things, the meeting was well orchestrated by President Uhuru Kenyatta after he met the visiting head of state. Raila who was also in Nairobi today for the launching of the newly refurbished Railway services revealed details of their discussion on his Facebook page.
Uhuru seems to have let go of his deputy choosing to work closely with the former prime minister who is keen on getting an endorsement from President Uhuru Kenyatta in the next general election. So far Raila has represented Uhuru in several meetings across the nation and outside the country. Do you think it’s time Raila is made deputy president? React below.
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