Babu Owino announces unexpected changes in his life

A new man!

“Kuanzia Leo matusi nimewacha katika jina la YESU Kristo Mkombozi wetu. We must serve the people of Kenya. All those who I annoyed when I was fighting for the oppressed to forgive me and I have forgiven those who oppressed me too,” he said on his Instagram page.

He also said that he had forgiven all those that had offended him too.

The father of two has always made headlines from the time he was a student leader at the University of Nairobi for not mincing his words whenever he is provoked by anyone.

His change of heart and character comes even as he moves to the Court of Appeal after the High Court in Nairobi nullified his August 8 2017 election as the Embakasi East Member of Parliament on grounds that the election was marred by irregularities and illegalities.

Babu Owino loses his seat as MP

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