- Raila Odinga defended his recent handshakes with different political leaders
- He said his meetings with the various political leaders are to ensure that Kenyans are united
National Super Alliance (NASA) Coalition leader Raila Odinga on Saturday 21 April defended his recent handshakes with different political leaders including former presidents Mwai Kibaki and Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi.
Raila had earlier met President Uhuru Kenyatta and buried the political tension between them since the August 8 election.
The NASA leader said that his move to talk to the various political leaders is to ensure that Kenyans are united.
“We’ve got independent institutions with an aim to provide good governance but something is amiss, something is not working, which is what we want to resolve, hence the MOU.
We are building bridges across and you have seen me recently talking to different Kenyans all over the country in a bid to unite Kenya. I am going to continue building bridges that will unite the people of Kenya to be one people.
Raila made the remarks during the burial of his uncle Oteke Alogo.
Here Raila's video during the burial;
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