I Will Get Married In 2022 On State House Lawns – Winnie Odinga
ODM Leader Raila Odinga’s daughter Winnie Odinga has stated that she will get married next year.
Winnie Odinga who spoke where her father was meeting a group of Mount Kenya youths at the University of Nairobi stated she will get married at the lawns of state house.
The soft spoken Winnie won hearts of the audience by further inviting all of them to her wedding.
“Winnie Odinga will get married in 2022 on the lawns of State House and you are all invited. And if you want that to happen, go register to vote,” said Winnie to the applause of the audience.
The Mcee of the event Ngugi who is apparently Winnie’s good friend, had put Winnie to task about her wedding and marriage.
“I therefore declare you off the market,” Ngugi hilariously responded to Winnie.
Winnie Odinga has apparently received many marriage proposals from her long list of admirers.
At the event Winnie gave a moving story of her father and her struggle to at least have a relationship with him amid his tight schedule.
She revealed how she would sneak out of her room at night just to catch a moment with her father who would always arrive home late.
“I remember when I was younger, he was always working, he was always working and he would always come home late around quarter to 11 and he would leave by six in the morning,” she narrated.
“I remember wanting to wait for him and wait for his car, open the door and see him there with a briefcase, his newspapers and a big phone. He would pick me up put me in his shoulder and sing some nursery rhymes…,” she said.
According to Winnie, they have never owned their father, the people he struggled for have always owned him.
She further appealed to the young people to get out and take their voter registration cards to join the fight for a better Kenya.
“I see young people complaining today about Kenya, but Kenya cannot be better if you don’t fight for it. There is nobody who is going to make Kenya better for you, you are the one to fight for it,” said Winnie.
“You have to get up and fight and the first step to the fight is registering to vote. So tell a friend to tell a friend,” she stated.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission is currently conducting a month long voter registration exercise in the whole country.
IEBC however says that it will not conduct a second phase of the exercise due to a shortage in the budget.
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