Speaking on a vernacular radio station on Tuesday night, Raila said Mr Mabuza whos southafrican vice president will fly directly from Johannesburg to the Kisumu International Airport today to join him and Uhuru.Raila explained that when Mabuza heard that both leaders would visit Kisumu together, he called and said he would be happy to join them in a show of solidarity towards their newfound-unity.
The former opposition leader who was recently appointed by the African Union (AU) as its High Representative for Infrastructure Development, has appealed to his supporters to welcome the President. “We are coming for the good of our people. I will be coming with many local and international guests. We will also visit Homa Bay, Migori, Kisii and Nyamira early next year,” Raila said. The opposition leader said that ‘The Building Bridges Initiative’ started by President Kenyatta and himself as part of the handshake, was doing a good job collecting views about a push for the review of the Constitution.