Friday December 23, 2016 – Mbita MP, Millie Odhiambo, made headlines on Tuesday after she insulted President Uhuru Kenyatta like a small boy (kihii).
Millie who was speaking to journalists outside Parliament Buildings referred to Uhuru as a ‘fake president who should go back to his Gatundu backyard.”
She also asked Uhuru to stop harassing Kenyans by barring MPs from accessing Parliament for the special sitting.
“I dedicated this day to telling the President all the negative things I have.”
“We fought for this country as he was in foreign land so President Uhuru cannot dictate his powers to me or any other elected member,” Millie said.
“Uhuru should start packing for his journey back to Gatundu as he is a fake President as his own backyard is poor.”
“We have come here prepared for death and we are going to Canaan not back to Egypt,” Millie added.
Following her venomous outbursts against Uhuru, Millie was a marked woman since a number of Jubilee women MPs had vowed to teach her a lesson for insulting President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Muranga Women Representative, Sabina Wa Chege and Kandara MP, Alice Wahome, had vowed to teach Millie a lesson for embarrassing women MPs and disrespecting the Presidency.
When she heard of threats from Sabina and Alice, Millie refused to attend Thursday’s Parliamentary Special Session where the Elections Act was amended to accommodate manual voting in 2017 polls. During the debate, the speaker of the National assembly and others switched off the TV so that the general public couldn’t see what was going on. Several opposition leaders were clobbered like stray dogs inside the Assembly and others were forced to keep quiet as the President’s party worked to change the constitution through illegal means. One MP has since been admitted into Nairobi hospital with serious injuries. Embakasi East MP Hon Irshad Ali Sumra is currently admitted at Nairobi Hospital following a mob beat up by Jubilee MPs. The MP has a broken shoulder and a fracture on the nose.