Yesterday, President William Ruto had a meeting with EALA elected Members of Parliament. All the leaders attended including Kalonzo Musyoka's son Kennedy Kalonzo. However, one thing that was clearly noticed is the absence of opposition leader Raila Odinga's daughter Winnie Odinga. Most Kenyans therefore took to social media to question why Winnie didn't attend.
She has this evening responded and as Kenyans.co.ke reports, she said that she think Kenyans are making a storm out of a tea cup. That the meeting was at a short notice and she was not available. She therefore had to miss it. But it was not a big issue as Kenyans want to put it.
A section of Kenyans felt like she did not attend because of her father's political differences with president Ruto. However, some, especially from Azimio la Umoja felt like Winnie was right not to attend the meeting. In the meeting, the president asked them to represent Kenya well in East Africa Legislative Assembly.
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