Raila Odinga, William Ruto all smile when they share the podium together


Two fierce rivals, Raila and Ruto, recently met during the inaugural Kip Canoe Classic at Nairobi's New National Stadium, where Kenyan athletes demonstrated their potential.

Raila Odinga, William Ruto all smile when they share the podium together


The pair have been spotted’ celebrating at an event marking a new dawn for Nairobi's desire to host one-day and high profile events.

The AO Infrastructure Envoy has negotiated agreements with the DP on several occasions on the so-called Hustler Movement through the Second in Command.

On Saturday, October 3, Vice President William Ruto and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga shared a podium together on a rare occasion.

ODM leader Raila Odinga (L) shares a light moment with DP William Ruto at the New Stadium on Saturday, October 3. Photo: William Ruto.

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The two political rivals recently met during the inaugural Kip Canoe Classic at Nairobi's New National Stadium, where Kenyan athletes showcased their talents.

In the photos shared on the official handle of the ODM leader, Raila and Ruto showed all smiles as they cheered the Kenyan athletes on a program that featured one more day of competition from Nairobi. A new dawn has been introduced’ for the desire to host.

The so-called Hustler Movement, an AW infrastructure envoy who has traded barbs with the DP on several occasions, praised the Kenyan athletes for being the country's number one ambassador.

"Major sporting events continue to be a source of healthy entertainment and unite Kenya with patriotism. Our athletes are ideal brand ambassadors for which we, as the public, thank you very much. "I read his tweet.
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Ruto, on the other hand, said that the Ministry of Sports was committed to enriching Kenya's social, economic and cultural fabric, enhancing Kenya's stage and participating in sports competitions at all levels, as well as developing and beautifying skills. The process will continue.

"We recognize that sport is a viable and important vehicle for sustainable development in our society to achieve team spirit, coherence and inclusion," he said.
The event was used’ to commemorate Kenya's gold medalist at the 1968 and 1972 Olympic Games, Capt. Keno.

There was also an opportunity for athletes to train new tracks at the stadium, which now meet international standards.

Earlier, Ruta Boda went to Nakuru County in an empowerment drive targeting Boda operators.


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