- He urged his supporters to ensure the protests remain peaceful.
- He said Kibra is a place inhabited by Kenyans from all tribes who faithfully voted for him for the 20 years he was an MP of the area.
Azimio Chief Raila Odinga has said he will build his retirement home in Kibra.
Raila was speaking on Wednesday in Kibra where he met representatives of the Nubian community and the Church.
"I will retire in Kibra. On the day I will retire, I will come to you to give me a plot in Kibra. I will set up a house there," Raila said.
"You remember when there was the Mau saga, I said I was ready to go sell mandazis in Kibra. But the stones be kept away," he said.
He sympathised with residents and business people in Kibra who had lost their property following Monday's protest.
"To those business people in Kibra, I am very sorry for the losses you incurred. We will stand with you. We said we will give you materials to reconstruct the burnt areas," Raila said.
He urged his supporters to ensure the protests remain peaceful.
Raila said those that caused the destruction of property in Kibra were not from Kibra.
He said Kibra is a place inhabited by Kenyans from all tribes who faithfully voted for him for the 20 years he was an MP of the area.
"Kibra is the face of Kenya. There is no tribe that cannot be found in Kibra," he said.
During Monday's protests, a Mosque was burnt, a church was robbed then set ablaze by violent protestors.
A section of Masjid A-Aqsa mosque was the first to go ablaze after two rival groups crossed paths on Monday.
A Presbyterian Church was also set on fire in Kibra.