Raila Odinga Spotted at a Five-Star Coastal Hotel in Nigeria

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In Summary,

  • ODM leader Raila Odinga is not in Dubai, fresh details on his foreign visit has emerged.
  • He was seen enjoying life inside a high-end coastal hotel owned by one Enugu Business mogul believed to be his friend.
  • Odinga’s family had said the former prime minister was in Dubai for ‘Minor’ back surgery.

Fresh details on the whereabouts of ODM party leader Raila Odinga have emerged revealing that the former premier is not in Dubai as disclosed earlier by family.

According to two Kenyans living in the Western Region of Nigeria, Raila Odinga is currently hold up inside Seattle Residences a five-star coastal resort owned by Nigerian Billionaire Chris Baywood.

Baywood who comes from the Enugu state is the president and CEO of Baywood Group, a Nigerian conglomerate involved in oil & gas is believed to be a close friend of Raila Odinga.

Seattle residence resort is the first destination to Baywood’s associates who visit him at his private home in Enugu.

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It is not yet confirmed whether the ODM leader will be making his way to Chris Ibe’s home.

However, the details contradict the information that was released by Odinga’s family following days of speculation on his whereabouts.

On 25 June, Raila Odinga’s brother, Dr. Oburu told the media that the opposition leader had left the country for the United Arab Emirates for a minor surgical operation on his back and that he was admitted at a German hospital in Dubai.

Earlier this month, a video of Raila Odinga being interviewed by his daughter Winnie Odinga surfaced online.

In the video, Raila Odinga assured Kenyans that he was recuperating after the surgery announcing that he was back on his feet.

The video, however, elicited mixed reactions among netizens with many questioning that the former PM did not appear to be a person who came out of surgery

The information that he is in Nigeria further deepens the speculations on Odinga’s real health status.

Victor Okeiyo


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