Kenyan opposition leader appears in public for the first time since postponement of his 'swearing in'
The NASA leader has been off the limelight since the cancellation of his planned inauguration
Raila, whose whereabouts remained unknown since the announcement, returned to the limelight on Saturday after he was seen with members of the opposition party in Mombasa.
The Opposition leader jetted into the county ahead of the first consultative meeting with 'wananchi wa pwani' (Coast residents) on the Peoples' Assembly set for Sunday. The meeting will be among a first of series of consultative forums across various regions in the country and will be attended by all NASA national leaders.
NASA is currently spearheading the adoption of the People's Assembly to push for President Uhuru's ousting following the disputed October 26 repeat presidential election.
The motion also wants a constitutional authority appointed to govern because the opposition does not recognise President Uhuru's legitimacy in office.
More than 15 counties, including Mombasa, have so far passed the motion.
Here are more photos of Mr. Odinga flanked by members of the opposition party:
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