My Message Was Skewed: Babu Owino on Waiguru, Ngilu and Raila Bedroom Utterance

Controversial Embakasi East MP Babu Owino has come out to defend his Sunday sexual utterance involving Kirinyaga Governor Ann Waiguru, Kitui Governor Charity Ngilu and ODM Party leader Raila Odinga.

Speaking during a thanksgiving rally at Kibra after ODM’s thunderous win in the MP by-election on Sunday, Owino alleged that Odinga is so good at bedroom affairs, that the two female County Heads cold not help but join the former Prime Minister’s political brigade.

In the recent past, Kibra Constituency has been referred to as Odinga’s bedroom, which politically translates to the politician’s stronghold.

Today at thanksgiving rally at Kibra Constituency.Mama Ngilu and Ann Waiguru came to our bedroom because Baba is a performer and they wanted to enjoy and have fun in our bedroom,that’s why bedroom ilikuwa moto.

Posted by Babu Owino on Sunday, 10 November 2019

“Bedroom ilikuwa moto ukweli, that’s why Mama Ngilu alikuja ndio asikie utamu wa bedroom…mama yetu vile vile Waiguru alitoka Kirinyaga mbali sana…alisikia bedroom kuna utamu fulani (Ngilu and Waiguru came to Kibra to experience Odinga’s bedroom prowess),” he said amidst bursts of laughter from the public.

This did not auger well with supporters of Waiguru and Ngilu, who were quick to reprimand the fiery MP for what they termed as disrespect for the two pioneer female governors under the new Constitution.

Kitui Governor Charity Ngilu with ODM leader Raila Odinga at a past function

So hot was the heat directed at Owino, that he, Monday evening, took to social media to defend himself by clarifying that he did not mean for his message to be interpreted in a sexual way.

Kirinyaga Governor Governor Ann Waiguru confers with Raila Odinga in Kibra rally on Sunday 3.

According to the former Student Unionist, he only meant what he said Sunday in a metaphorical manner, but the public misconstrued his intentions.

“H. E Charity Ngilu and H. E Ann Waiguru are political Trail Blazers for women and serve as important points of reference for the potential of women leaders in Kenyan society,” Owino wrote humbly.

“I look forward to a fruitful and meaningful political journey ahead working hand in hand with these two respectable ladies,” he concluded.

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