CS Tuju, Uhuru Kenyatta’s brother join Raila Odinga for special event in Bondo

The event was held on Sunday with Muhoho Kenyatta in attendance

Raila Odinga with Muhoho Kenyatta and Raphael Tuju during a memorial service for Jaramogi Oginga and Fidel Odinga in Bondo

Opposition leader Raila Odinga today hosted President Uhuru Kenyatta’s brother Muhoho Kenyatta and CS Raphael Tuju in Bondo.

The two were part of th dignitaries who attended a memorial service for Jaramogi Oginga and Fidel Odinga.

The leaders who were flanked by members of the Odinga family first congregated at ACK diocese of Bondo, St Peter's Nyamira Parish for a memorial service.

Through his official Twitter handle, Odinga wrote: Twenty five years ago today, you left us. But your spirit and selfless actions continue to inspire us in Kenya and millions across Africa. On this day we honour you Jaramogi.”

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