Suba North Member of Parliament Millie Odhiambo is definitely a jack of all trades.
Her bold presence in politics, as well as her sharp tongue, is public knowledge. However, this time around, we present to you the fun side of the vocal legislator.
In a video acquired exclusively by Kenyans.co.ke, Millie shows off her superb dancing skills during her son's wedding.
According to our anonymous source, the two, Ken and Yvete were declared husband and wife in a colourful union held at Lavington SDA church.
The icing on the cake, however, is how Millie put on her dancing shoes and impressed the crowd at the reception held at St. Mary's school.
Donned in a pink floral dress crowned with a matching veil, she moved to the centre of the circle facing the newlyweds as the crowd urged her on.
Dancing to a Luo song, Millie shook her waist as she slowly went down to the jubilation of the audience.
Ken and Yvete cheered her on as they also joined in. Our source further disclosed that Millie was a family friend to the groom since his birth.
The vocal legislator ended her moment under the spotlight abruptly as she had to attend ODM's thanksgiving service for Kibra MP-elect Benard Imran Okoth, at DC grounds in Kibra.
While presenting her fiery speech at the service, she apologised for arriving late, stating that she had been at her son's wedding.
"I would like to apologise for being late, I was at my son's wedding, however, since we had planned this thanksgiving service, I knew I had to be here to thank you all for the big win," she announced.
Here's the exclusive clip from the colourful wedding:
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