04 March 2015, 17:30
Nairobi - CORD leader Raila Odinga is back in the country after a two week long trip.
The CORD leader arrived back in the country just after 2.30 PM local time and was received at the airport by supporters as well as political leaders led by CORD co principal Kalonzo Musyoka.
Raila had travelled to Belgium for a number of business meetings as well as to give a number of talks.
He then went to Lesotho where he was a part of the African Union team overseeing the country's general elections that were held February 28.
He took time after his arrival to assure supporters that he was stronger than ever in his belied that he and his party can make Kenya a better country.
" I am back stronger than ever to resume the job of building the country and getting rid of the ills that continue to plague it such as corruption," he said.
He also hailed the government's move to charge the persons named in the Anglo Leasing scam, saying it was a must that people who had plundered public funds be punished.
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