Zimbabwean leader travels 230 KM to See Raila

The man who travelled 230 KM to see Raila in Zimbwabwe

Rukudzo Kahlari, a youth advocate at YMCA, travelled from Harare to Buhera, where Mr Odinga was attending the burial of Zimbabwea's Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai.

Kahlari made the announcement on twitter expressing his joy of finally being on the same platform with Mr. Odinga.

He described the NASA leader, who recently swore himself in as the People’s President, as a giant of democracy in Africa.

NASA supporters lauded Kahlari for giving Mr. Odinga a warm welcome.

Replying to the tweet ODM Communications Director stated: "Very kind of you brother.  is the reason the word Democracy exists in AFRICA".

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