Opposition Leader Raila Odinga has dismissed claims peddled by media that he is in Government following the 9th March handshake with President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Speaking on Tuesday night at a National live Tv interview, Odinga said if he was in Government then he could be having a specific title.
“Am not in government. I am outside government. If i was in government i would be having a specific title,” He said.
This comes after he was asked to clarify who he is.
“You can call me whatever you want to call me. Some people call me the former prime minister, Others call me the peoples President, some call me NASA leader while others call me ODM leader and so on,” He added.
Raila who has appeared on a live national interview since his handshake has clarified that he is only The ODM party and NASA leader.
“Am a member and leader of NASA and also the party leader of ODM. I lead the party outside parliament,” He clarified.
Odinga further revealed that the handshake has brought tremendous changes in the government including the ongoing fight against corruption.