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Raila Odinga receives special present on comeback after beating Covid-19 (Photos)

ODM leader Raila Odinga has today received a special gift from the Democratic Republic of Congo President Felix Tshisekedi.

Presenting the gift to the former Prime Minister earlier today, New York-based attorney Ochoro E. Ottunu also took time to relay the best wishes from the DRC head of state.

Taking to the Social media later, Odinga gave the details of the meeting, adding that they also talked about opportunities for prioritizing green infrastructure projects in Africa.

“Books and doors are the same things. You open them, and you go through into another world.” This morning I received a gift of a book from New York attorney Ochoro E. Otunnu. Mr. Otunnu relayed best wishes from DRC President Felix Tshisekedi and friends in the diaspora. We also discussed opportunities for prioritizing green infrastructure projects in Africa.” Wrote Raila.

Following the post, while receiving the gift online in good health days after catching Covid-19, friends and followers were quick to wish him the best while still in isolation on doctor’s advice.

“We are happy seeing you baba in good health. we thank God for that” Wrote Justine Abere.

“Baba we honour you, we love you, it’s difficult to have leaders who have a great love for the resurrection of Africa and Kenya as a whole the may you do, Africa needs re-realization” Ezekiel Ogola Ziko.

“Wow! It’s really great baba seeing you back strong. There can only be one Enigma.” Jayrick Onpoint Said.

“Baba please take care, avoid meeting so many people while you quarantine, we love you our 5th president” Moses Jefferson Omwenga.

“Baba I’ve been reading books on Neo-colonisation. They have clearly depicted the sacrifices made by leaders such as you to ensure a better tomorrow world. I’m moved!” Felix Aremo Opined.

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    Written by Fred Orido

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