Millie Odhiambo, Member of Parliament Suba North, was again the highlight of Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) launch at Bomas of Kenya.
Millie Odhiambo who has severally been on the headlines for her seemingly controversial statements and deeds, led the delegates in Bomas in booing the deputy president.
The lady MP, who is an ardent follower of ODM leader Raila Odinga has over and over slammed the Jubilee wing, mainly because of ideological differences.
Millie was seemingly agitated by the sentiments that were delivered by the deputy president, who went full force, dissecting the BBI report and giving his personal submissions.
The statements by the DP culminated in massive booing and interruption from the delegates. Millie led the interruption, standing on her feet as she chanted against the DP. In the end, the DP requested members present to give him time to complete his own speech.
They say that in politics, no one has permanent friends or enemies. In fact, most politicians are business partners and only differ in matters party ideology, leadership skills and such like matters.
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Few minutes after stepping out of Bomas, the DP and the ferocious MP, Millie Odhiambo, took some time off to exchange pleasantries.
Through her twitter handlle, Millie confirmed that in politics they are not permanent enemies, it is only ideologies that differ.
— Hon Millie Odhiambo (@HonMillieO) October 26, 2020
The DP and the MP seemed happy and clearly all the shenanigans witnessed at the auditorium of Bomas remained inside Bomas. The BBI report was launched as a vehicle that will eventually see the Kenyan political and social class work in unison, and as part of the unity spirit, the two political enemies emerged as pals.