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Chaos in Parliament as Millie Odhiambo Confronts Osoro over Sexually Suggestive Gestures(Video)

Chaos in Parliament as Millie Odhiambo Confronts Osoro over Suggestive Gestures

Suba North Member of Parliament, Millie Odhiambo Mabona, consistently engages with issues within the National Assembly without hesitation.

Throughout her tenure, she has garnered both supporters and detractors while navigating the predominantly male political landscape.

Despite occasional confrontations resulting from her assertive stance on certain matters, she remains resolute and undeterred.

What did Silvanus Osoro do in parliament?

South Mugirango MP Silvanus Osoro has now become the focus of Millie in parliamentary proceedings.

In a special session held on Monday, May 13, the legislator leveled accusations against the Majority Whip, citing inappropriate behavior.

Millie specifically pointed fingers at Osoro, alleging that he made suggestive gestures of a sexual nature towards Migori MP Fatuma Mohamed. This accusation arose following her claims of Osoro’s interference in the affairs of Kisii County.

“I don’t think it is for Osoro to be physically making sexually suggestive gestures in this House. He is pointing to his phallus in this House while pointing at Hon Fatuma. It is completely out of order, it is abhorrent, and it is backward. Madam Speaker, it is not allowed in this house. We don’t even know whether he performs. What is he showing us here?” Millie said amid loud shouts in the House.

Kimani Ichung’wah, Millie clash

Earlier, there was a clash of opinions between Kikuyu MP Kimani Ichung’wah and Millie over their views on Utamaduni Day.

To clarify his stance to Odhiambo, Ichung’wah maintained that the holiday on October 10 would persist but would focus on addressing climate change.

Odhiambo opposed the proposal to abolish Utamaduni Day, proposing instead that the activities of Environmental Day be merged with Utamaduni Day, advocating for the removal of the latter. Conversely, her counterpart insisted on retaining the newly established public holiday.

Chaos in Parliament as Millie Odhiambo Confronts Osoro over Suggestive Gestures

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