It's not as usual to spot an highly regarded person in Government at a small hotel especially the so called "kibandas" where the the delicacy is always chapati beans. Most of these hotels have no menus and a client is always approached by the owner of the hotel or a worker to inquire on what the customer or the clients needs .
Babu Owino ,Embakasi's Easts Member of Parliament made headlines when he was spotted holding a chapati on his hands at a small hotel(kibanda). Most of Kenyans saw this at Babu Owino's Facebook book page and made hilarious and funny comments on this post. Others claimed that he was acting weird as he was eating mutura and on a suit.Some comments were that the Member of Parliament would have left them some small piece of his delicacy.
Babu might have done this to show that he is just equal to everyone and he also values small business enterprises that exist in Kenya because these small business are the backbone of Kenyans economy since its a source of employment in form of self employment.
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