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Barack’s meeting with Raila Odinga,full details

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US Ex-President Barack Obama who jetted into the country today has met opposition leader Raila Odinga.

Mr. Barack on arrival met President Uhuru Kenyatta at State House where they held a closed door meeting before meeting former Prime Minister Raila Odinga.

During his meeting with Raila,the two leaders talked majorly about the empowerment of youth.Barak Obama runs a foundation together with her sister Auma Obama.

Hon. Raila recommended President Barack Obama on the commendable work his foundation is doing for the community of K’ogelo, Siaya County.

“He spoke very passionately about his foundation and particularly the empowerment of the youth and I commend both him and his sister Auma Obama for the commendable job they have done in building the community in Kogelo.”Raila Odinga said.

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The former Prime Minister was also quick to point out at how the former President threw his support behind the Building Bridges Initiative and helping the country in the fight against corruption.

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“Always a champion of democracy, President Obama threw his support behind the Building Bridges initiative and pledged his support in helping bring the country together and fighting corruption.”said Raila Odinga.

In their discussion the two leaders talked about ending the stalemate in South Sudan and finding peace in the country.

“ Finally we spoke about ending the stalemate in South Sudan and finding peace for our neighbours. I join the rest of the nation in saying welcome back home Barack!”said Raila Odinga.

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Slavian Mwangecho
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