Millie Odhiambo Dares Matiang'i [VIDEO]
Suba North Member of Parliament Millie Odhiambo on Sunday, November 10, took Kibra by a storm with her demands to Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i.
Speaking at DC Grounds during ODM's thanksgiving service after Benard Imran Okoth's win in the November 7 by-election, the vocal legislator asked Matiang'i to immediately arrest former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale.
"I saw Khalwale carrying stones, and I want to tell Matiang'i to immediately arrest the former senator," she demanded.
Millie further claimed that Khalwale started the violence that was witnessed during the voting exercise.
"He is the one who initiated violence in Kibra yet the residents were peaceful that day," she declared.
Videos and photos of the former senator engaging in running battles with Kibra youth had angered the Suba North MP.
In one of the videos, Khalwale was ordered by the residents to leave soon after arriving at one of the polling stations, but he refused to do so and instead, resolved to beat the residents at their own game.
The photos showed the politician holding sizeable rocks that were ostensibly supposed to help defend himself.
The videos that went viral have since attracted criticism from the public, with many Kenyans condemning his act.
In the thanksgiving event, Millie also took a swipe at Garissa Woman Representative Anab Sugow Gure who had hurled insults too vile to be published, at ODM party leader Raila Odinga.
"There is a woman who has abused Hon Raila Odinga calling him shetani (the devil). I thought she was an MCA but was shocked to learn she is the woman rep of Garissa County.
"I have never heard her represent the great people of Garissa in Parliament," she ridiculed.
Millie took it a notch higher, offering her advice on how to conduct herself especially since she was heavily expectant.
Here's the video of Millie Odhiambo making her demands.
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