Raila meets Chris Kirubi, Kenyans react [Video & Photos]

The billionaire recently returned from abroad where he had gone for medical treatment.

The former Prime Minister was accompanied by his lawyer Paul Mwangi during the visit to Kirubi.

"This morning I visited 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," Odinga tweeted.

The business man said it was time for all Kenyans to work together towards a better nation.

"Earlier today my friend paid me a courtesy call at my home. I am proud that he wants to leave a legacy of a united Kenya. It is time we work together towards a better nation," Kirubi tweeted.

Many Kenyans on Twitter thanked Odinga for visiting Kirubi and wished the billionaire a quick recovery after his return to Kenya.

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