President Uhuru Kenyatta and National Super Alliance (NASA) leader Raila Odinga spent time together on Sunday (25/3/18).
The meeting coming days after the Harambee House handshake, saw the two grace Muthaiga Golf Club and posed for photos with other leaders.
“It was nice watching the 2018 Barclays Kenya Open but I think I’ll stick to watching the Mighty Gor Mahia,” Raila posted on social media.
The two political chiefs witnessed the closing of the Barclays Kenya Open where Italian golfer Lorenzo Gagli took home the coveted Sh10 million reward.
Gagli won the 2018 Barclays Kenya Open, after three playoffs with runners-up Swedish golfer Fahrbring Jens at the Muthaiga Golf Club.
The event had attracted 156 golfers, including about 22 Kenyan professionals, 6 Kenyan amateurs and over 100 European Challenge Tour players.
President Uhuru said the Government has made a commitment to designate 100 acres of land at the Kasarani Stadium for a public golf course in an effort to capitalise on the sport.
The two leaders were accompanied by Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko, Tourism Cabinet Secretary Najib Balala alongside other State officials.
Mwingi MP Gideon Mulyungi on Saturday revealed that plans were underway to kick out ODM from the NASA coalition.
Mulyungi said that ODM had betrayed other NASA partners and acted in bad faith thus they had no option but to kick it out of the coalition.
He decried the Tuesday removal of Bungoma Senator Moses Wetang’ula as Minority Leader in the Senate as well as the Uhuru-Raila unity pact.
“All these are clear manifestations that we are not walking the same path with ODM. If they have decided to overthrow Wetang’ula from the Senate then we will also oust ODM from NASA. They can go and join Jubilee,” Mulyungi said.
He described NASA as a family of four wives noting that if one wife decided to quit the marriage she was free to go but the rest would remain.