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Winnie Odinga laughs off Huddah's take on Raila's anti-gov't protests

Huddah asserted that Odinga's call for protests was driven by selfish motives, cleverly disguised as a concern for the people's interests

EALA MP Winnie Odinga

East African Legislative Member of Parliament, Winnie Odinga, has responded to socialite Huddah Monroe's recent comments about her father, the opposition leader, Raila Odinga, and his call for protests.

On her Instagram stories, Winnie referred to Huddah as 'Kenya's top political analyst' and couldn't help but laugh at her statements.

Winnie dismissed Huddah's remarks, finding humour in what she referred to as 'another banger' by the socialite.

"Kenya's top political analyst with another banger. Nimecheka machozi yote," Winnie wrote.


Winnie brushed off the criticism, clearly unfazed by Huddah's assessment of the situation.

Huddah had criticized Raila Odinga's call for protests, suggesting that the opposition leader's motives were self-serving.


She questioned his authenticity, stating that if Raila were truly fighting for the betterment of Kenya, the entire country would be rallying behind him.

"I'm all for the riots if its for change but because I hate how Raila Odinga doesn't know how to put his agendas, I can't be on the streets.

"The man is not fighting for us, he is fighting for his share on the table and just destroying the country," Huddah wrote.

Huddah expressed her disapproval of Raila's agenda, implying that she would not be participating in the protests.

"If Raila was really fighting for this country and the betterment of Kenya and not his retirement, the entire country would on the streets but we know him as a riot master, failed coup planner, killer and destroyer since we came outta the womb," she added.


The opposition leader has announced plans for back-to-back protests from Wednesday, July 19 to Friday, July 21.


His call for protests comes as a response to what he says is a lack of sincerity by the Kenya Kwanza government to keep its promise to lower the cost of living.

On the other hand, President William Ruto has made it clear that he will not tolerate actions that bring the country to a halt.


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