Opposition chief Raila Odinga on Monday met with Zimbabwe’s second Vice President Kembo Mohadi at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA).
Raila was headed to Uganda for an international meeting while Mohadi was on his way to South Sudan for an official visit.
The two leaders have a history dating back to the time Odinga served as the country’s roads minister between 2003 to 2005 in the NARC government.
“Earlier today, Raila Odinga met Kembo Mohadi, the Vice President of Zimbabwe who was on his way to Juba, South Sudan. The two have a friendship dating back to the NARC regime when Odinga was Roads Minister,” an aide, Philip Nyamai said.
Mohadi was picked as Vice President by President Emmerson Mnangagwa. He took over in 2018 after the ouster of veteran politician Robert Mugabe who died two weeks ago.
The aide however, did not give further details on the meeting by the two leaders. Raila will be attending Public and Private Partnership conference in Kampala.