ODM party leader Raila Odinga is a man both loved and hated on equal measures in the country. The former Prime Minister has been in Kenyan politics for more than three decades now and truely understands the terrains of the country. He has also been an opposition leader for quit a long time and has always been on the forefront fighting and agitating for the rights of common mwanainchi. Apart from his political prowess, Raila enjoys a strong fan base from luo Nyanza and Coastal region as well as Western Kenya who always wants him to lead the country as the head of State.
Apart from active politics, Raila is a family man who always wants the best for his children and grandchildren. His elder son Fidel Odinga passed away in early 2015 under mysterious circumstances and investigations are still ongoing. He was seen as a possible heir to Raila's political ability and prowess.
Today, while meeting with a guest at his Karen home, Raila showed photos of how his living room looks like. He was in company of his first lady Mama Ida and a possible grandson. Netizens could not keep quiet but to marvel at how Odinga's house looked great and having expensive seats. Below are some of the photos;
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