NASA Leader Raila Odinga Meets Billionaire Chris Kirubi [VIDEO]
Speaking during his visit to Mr Kirubi's home, Raila divulged that he yearns to leave a legacy where all Kenyans live together in peace and unity.
Responding to Mr Kirubi's question, what he (Raila) wants Kenyans to know his legacy is, the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader explained: "If I can make the contribution within the next few years to create a condition in this country where people will not feel like strangers in their own country and that their name will not be a curse but a blessing.
"That every Kenyan will be free to move around the country and be able to live out their potential. I will feel that I have lived a useful life in our country. I want to live a legacy of one united Kenya," Mr Odinga asserted.
[caption caption="File image of NASA leader Raila Odinga and Chris Kirubi"][/caption]
Reiterating the NASA leader's sentiments, Mr Kirubi expressed: "The media should understand that your legacy is Kenya."
Before his conversation with Kirubi, the Opposition leader had never been clear on what he wants his legacy to be after he lives active politics.
Over the years Mr Odinga has been fighting and pushing for Democracy, Electoral Justice, Equal distribution of public resources and Equal distribution of national leadership positions.
It is unclear whether the former Prime Minister will still vie for the top seat in 2022 following his unsuccessful attempts in the past three general elections.
Posting on his Twitter, Odinga noted: "This morning I visited @CKirubi who has recently returned from overseas where he had gone for medical treatment. It was great to see him in high spirits and we wish him all the best as he continues with his recovery."
The flamboyant businessman has been in the United States since November 2017, where he had flown for medical treatment.
Through a statement issued in March 2018, by one of his companies, Centum Limited, the media has learnt that he (Kirubi) is responding well to medication.
Here is the video: (Courtesy of Capital FM)
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