Babu Owino opens up on plans to buy Sh11 million football club

Babu was recently awarded Sh4 million in court

On Monday, Babu did not deny the reports that he was interested in buying Wazito FC but added that it was not a priority at the moment.

The vocal politician was speaking during an interview with Citizen TV, a day after Nairobi News reported details of his alleged plans to buy the football club.

"That is not a priority at the moment. I would rather use that money in helping my people including the footballers," the MP stated.

In the extensive interview, Babu affirmed his plans to run for the Nairobi gubernatorial seat in 2022.

"I will not only vie to be Governor come 2022 but I will be the Nairobi Governor - I am sure because I know my history; from the university I have been a person who serves people religiously and spirited," he asserted.

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