Raila AU Campaign Team Set to Meet 28 Ambassadors: There’s No Money to Pay You, President Ruto Tells Doctors & Linturi’s Impeachment Lingers as MPs Meet To Debate

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While the country is struggling with floods, Azimio leader Raila Odinga is leaving nothing to chance as far as is AU bid is concerned.

According to reports, the aODM chie is set to meet with 28 ambassadors and high commissioners resident in Nairobi.

Mr Odinga’s campaign team, which is led by former Intergovernmental Authority on Development (Igad) Executive Secretary Mahboub Maalim and Kenya’s former ambassador to the US Elkanah Odembo, are set to meet with foreign envoys in May and June to rally the support of their respective countries.

The visits, he noted, are also aimed at establishing if a particular country has an interest in any international positions to ensure “that Kenya is able to reciprocate [their support for Mr Odinga] by supporting their interests.”

Kenya, Mr Odembo added, has to be more sensitive to the needs and interests of other African countries.

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