• Uhuru Kenyatta visited Raila's family accompanied by his firstborn son Jomo.

• Raila’s face is visibly swollen and his fans were worried during Uhuru's visit

Robert Alai explains viral photo of Raila's swollen face
Robert Alai explains viral photo of Raila's swollen face
Image: courtesy

Last night, out-going President, Uhuru Kenyatta paid Azimio's leader Raila Odinga a courtesy visit at his Karen home.

Uhuru was also in accompanied by his firstborn son Jomo.

Well, in the photos doing the rounds, Raila’s face seems to be swollen and Kenyans were worried. His nose and lips were also showing signs of bruising.

Out-going President Uhuru Kenyatta visited Odinga's family with his son Jomo
Out-going President Uhuru Kenyatta visited Odinga's family with his son Jomo
Image: courtesy

Kenyans were worried about his health. Below are a few concerns from Kenyans;

Shii Njenga said: "I really hope Baba is okay. The man has been in all kinds of trouble. He should give it a rest and focus on his health."

@Its_SamDuke: Why is nobody asking what's wrong with Baba's face?"Victor Gitau6 Kwani baba alitembelewa na nyuki

Blogger Robert Alai came out and assured them that he had a small fall  while disembarking from his car.

"Baba @RailaOdinga didn’t have any medical challenges or those things you are thinking of. He had a small fall while disembarking from the car.

He is very much ok though. He wishes all of you a good day and is upbeat and hopeful," he wrote.

The outgoing president visited the former PM at his Karen home
Raila Odinga with Uhuru Kenyatta The outgoing president visited the former PM at his Karen home
Image: Twitter

Uhuru Kenyatta also met with other leaders in the Azimio la Umoja coalition.

Those who attended the meeting include; Siaya Governor James Orengo, Mr Makau Mutua, Siaya Senator and brother to Mr Odinga, Oburu Odinga.

After the Supreme Court verdict on Monday, Uhuru Kenyatta pledged to execute all the rules as outlined by the judiciary and the rule of law to hand over power to president-elect William Ruto.

"Today (Monday, September 5), the Supreme Court ruled on the presidential dispute upholding the results announced by the independent commission on August 15.

In keeping to the pledge that I made to uphold the rule of law when I took the oath of office, I commit to executing the orders of this court to the latter," Uhuru said.

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