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Governor Joho,Junet finally meet Raila in Dubai

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Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho and Suna East MP Junet Mohammed have finally arrived safely and met ODM party leader Raila Odinga.

The two leaders who have been shy to shy to share their journey onboard a private jet from Kenya to Middle East.

Their initial pictures sparked online discussion into the cost incurred to hire the luxurious jet estimated to cost Ksh 500,000 per hour.

Joho and Junet were visiting the former Prime Minister who had undergone a minor nerve surgery of the back.

“Delighted to see my party leader Baba Raila Odinga looking fit and in high spirits after undergoing the surgical procedure in Dubai last week. We in Mombasa and the country at large continue to pray for his speedy recovery and a safe return home to Kenya.” Says Joho

Questions rose on his health condition after it was established he had undergone a unknown surgery.

It took a statement from his older brother Oburu Odinga who confirmed he had undergone a minor that had no reason for an alarm.

Ida Odinga the wife to the ODM party leader seconded Oburu’s sentiment and ruling out rumours making rounds about his health.

Through his daughter Winnie, the former Prime Minister confirmed to Kenyans he was doing well and that his spirits were high following the surgery.

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