Today, NASA leader, the right Honourable former prime minister paid a courtesy call to the ailing city tycoon at his Loresho home.
The businessman returned home in March after a six-month stay in the United States where he reportedly received specialized treatment for a yet to be known condition.
In the message posted on social media by Raila Odinga;
“This morning I visited Chris Kirubi who has recently returned from overseas where he had gone for medical treatment. It was great to see him in high spirits and we wish him all the best as he continues with his recovery,” said Raila in a tweet.
Kirubi who has recently been in and out of hospital overseas questioned Raila on his legacy as he plans to retire from active politics. Their talks revolved around Raila’s legacy. Raila said:
“I want to create conditions for uniting this country so that people do not feel as strangers. I will then feel that I have lived a happy and peaceful life.” Kirubi reiterated Raila’s sentiments of uniting Kenyans as a means of building a better nation.
“I am proud that he wants to leave a legacy of a united Kenya. It is time we work together towards a better nation,” said Kirubi. Raila was accompanied by his legal adviser Paul Mwangi during the visit.
This morning I visited @CKirubi who has recently returned from overseas where he had gone for medical treatment. It was great to see him in high spirits and we wish him all the best as he continues with his recovery. pic.twitter.com/EYneUJ0iwq
— Raila Odinga (@RailaOdinga) May 29, 2018
He jetted back into the country in March after a six-month stay in the United States where he reportedly received specialised treatment for an unknown condition. Christopher John Kirubi is a Kenyan businessman, entrepreneur, industrialist and philanthropist.
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In the photos, Mr Kirubi looked frail and in one photo was sandwiched by Mr Odinga and Mr Mwangi.
Mr Kirubi, who is in his seventies, has wide-ranging business interests in publicly listed as well as private companies.
He is the single-largest shareholder of the Nairobi Securities Exchange traded Centum Investments with a 28.64 per cent stake.
His business interests are diverse, ranging from broadcasting, Capital Media Group, to manufacturing, Haco Tiger Brands.