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PHOTOS: Woman flosses pictures of herself and Raila Odinga in Zanzibar
By Fay Ngina | Updated Nov 22, 2017 at 09:27 EAT
Raila Odinga with Sasha in Zanzibar
  • Raila Odinga is reported to have left the country for Zanzibar on Sunday evening
  • A lady by the name Sasha posted photos of herself and Raila while in Zanzibar
  • Raila’s long term-advisor, Salim Lone said that unrest forced Mr Odinga to fly to Zanzibar 

A Tanzanian lady identified by the name Sasha Seraphine Mbote posted photos of herself with National Super Alliance (NASA) leader Raila Odinga during his visit to Zanzibar in Tanzania.

The lady who is the Chief Executive Officer of ‘Sasha Spice Zanzibar Spa’ (from her profile), says she ‘celebrated Zimbabwe’ with the Opposition Chief.

Raila Odinga, who was shoe less at the time, seemed to be having a good time.

Sasha, who seems to be a lover of dogs and African politics, got a lot of attention on social media especially from Kenyans who commented all sorts of things, with some telling her to delete the post because she is ‘dealing with a public figure’.

Raila Odinga is reported to have left the country for Zanzibar on Sunday evening hours before the Supreme Court gave its final verdict on the two petitions filed challenging the October 26 repeat presidential election on Monday 20 November.

Raila’s long term-advisor, Salim Lone while speaking to the London New York Times, said that unrest forced Mr Odinga to fly to Zanzibar.

"The unrest pushed Odinga out of the country. He left Kenya and is now in Zanzibar, off the coast of mainland Tanzania,” said Mr Lone.

The Supreme Court on Monday 20 November dismissed the two petitions challenging President Uhuru Kenyatta’s win during the repeat presidential election held on October 26.

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