Millie Odhiambo has wondered that some people still confuse her for Rachel Shebesh. This is owing to the slim resemblance between them. Their hairstyle design, mostly weave makes them look more similar to the other. Today Millie Odhiambo has reported of a young lady who greeted her excitedly in the morning and said "Hi Rachel" instead of Millie. The lady was of course completely unsure.
Millie and Shebesh are on the same camp for ghis election with both pushing for a Raila presidency. Rachel is campaigning vigorously for Raila via Jubilee party while Millie is campaigning for baba from the ODM wing.
However, Millie is vying for the Suba North member of parliament seat as Shebesh who is currently a CAS has decided not to run for any seat. She will be banking on Raila's win for survival.
Both politicians however take pride in being some of the most vocal women politicians of their time who never feared taking on their male counterparts. Do they look alike though?
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