Orange democratic movement (ODM) Party leader Raila Odinga is currently enjoying a new lease of life as he increasingly appears to be the handshake Candidate in 2022, after his political truce with President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Yesterday, the ODM leader was at Burma market in Nairobi where he held a high profile political gathering which was characterized by drama as a section of youths heckled him.
Today, the former prime minister has come out to reveal what he was doing today with Kikuyu council of elders besides revealing his next stop after his visit to Burma in Nairobi County.
Raila says he was actively engaged with the elders on a wide range of issues currently affecting the country. He also met with representatives of traders from Githurai where he engaged them on several issues.
He also dropped a major hint on his next stop saying he will soon Githurai area, just shortly after visiting Burma.
"Spent part of the afternoon in Ruaka, Kiambu county engaging with the Gikuyu Council of Elders and representatives of traders from Githurai on a broad range of emerging issues. I'll soon honour the invitation extended to me by them and pay a visit to the people of Githurai," he said.
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