Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua on Friday held a meeting with Azimio La Umoja One Kenya coalition party leader Raila Odinga in Mombasa.
Through his Facebook page, Gachagua indicated that he held private conversations with Odinga, but did not reveal details of what they discussed.
"We have tremendous respect for our senior citizens. I was delighted this morning to have a tete a tete with our senior citizen former Prime Minister Rt Hon Raila Amolo Odinga in Mombasa," Gachagua captioned photos of him and Odinga in a meeting.
Gachagua arrived in Mombasa on Wednesday to attend an orientation workshop meant to induct newly-elected governors and deputy governors into President Ruto's administration. The three-day event will conclude on Saturday.
On the other hand, Odinga landed in Mombasa on Thursday, where he attended a luncheon hosted by Mombasa Governor Abdulswamad Shariff Nassir following his swearing-in ceremony.
He said he had taken a week-long trip to the Spice island of Zanzibar with his family to "recuperate" and "heal out of shock" after the election defeat.
"I went to recuperate in the Islands of Zanzibar. I took my wife, children, and grandchildren also to go and heal out of the shock that they got as a family,” Odinga explained at the luncheon.
Despite the Supreme Court validating their victory in the August 9th presidential election, Odinga has maintained that President Ruto and Deputy President Gachagua were rigged in.