Odinga Turns Back on Kenya's Succession Politics For AU Job

Opposition leader Raila Odinga will not be running for presidency in the upcoming 2022 general election as he wants to dedicate the next couple of years to building infrastructure across the continent through his new office and uniting Kenyans through the Building Bridges Initiative, according to Odinga's spokesman, Dennis Onyango.

President Uhuru Kenyatta (centre), Deputy President William Ruto (left) and opposition leader Raila Odinga after Ruto hosted them for lunch at his Karen residence in Nairobi County on November 2.

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