21 February 2018

Kenya: 'Boy' Who Tried to Seduce MP Millie Odhiambo Got the Perfect Answer

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Controversial Mbita lawmaker Millie Odhiambo walking into parliament barefooted (file photo).

Fiery ODM Member of Parliament Millie Odhiambo was not exactly excited at the prospect of being seduced by a young man.

The married legislator revealed on Monday how a young man, whose name and age she did not reveal but called him a boy, had approached her with a request to be his girlfriend.

The young man had even been calling her repeatedly in a bid to seek audience with her, the MP revealed in a Facebook post.

"When you are a public figure you have to listen to all manner of things. Like a young man calling severally yesterday on an "important" issue. I am not in a position to deal and presuming he is my constituent with a genuine need I tell him to call tomorrow at 11am. He calls faithfully today," wrote the Suba North MP.

She was stunned when the admirer complimented her on her looks and requested to be his boyfriend.

"I have seen how beautiful you are and I want you to be my girlfriend," he said.

Millie says she was taken aback to learn that a young man the age of her grandchild could gather guts to say such things.

According to the MP, she told him that he was lucky corporal punishment is outlawed, but she may just seek its reintroduction to allow his parents unleash common sense and decency into his head.

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