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Raila's Germany TBT photo gets Kenyans talking

Rao back in the day

African Union envoy Raila Odinga

Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga has set tongues wagging after posting throwback Thursday photos during his time in Germany.

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The African Union envoy posted the pictures of himself getting on a train in Magdeburg, Germany.

He captioned them: "Hanging out and catching a train ride in Magdeburg, Germany."

TBT

Kenyans online were excited by the two pictures and they took the moment to praise Mr Odinga for his service to the country.

The photos come a day after lawyer Miguna Miguna and Economist David Ndii exchanged words with the former hinting that Raila’s certificate does not count as the university he studied in had not been accredited at the time.

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