– Raila Odinga and Uhuru Kenyatta received the BBI report in Kisii and were preparing to pose for a photo that would go down in history
– Raila’s daughter Winnie spotted a fault in the politician’s hat and quickly rushed to do a quick fix it
– And all eyes were on her as she attempted to clean up her father’s appearance
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What happens in Kisii does not stay in Kisii.
Former prime minister Raila Odinga and President Uhuru recently received the BBI report at Kisii State Lodge and some guys were excited to know that reggae had not been stopped.
As social media erupted in cheer with a section of people feeling cheated or somewhat opposed to the whole idea, Raila’s daughter Winnie Odinga brought a new twist to it.
She showed just how daddy-daughter relationships go beyond reggae, proposed referendums and important photoshoots.
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The ever-entertaining and strongwilled lady first stood on the sidelines as she watched her dad go into the books of history yet again.
Raila, better known as the enigma or simply as Baba, sat next to his “brother” Uhuru and watched the photographer do his magic.
The two who were surrounded by other dignitaries flashed their bound reports and smiled like they had never before.
But Winnie noticed something – the ODM leader’s hat was crooked.
In her head, she thought, she would be remiss if the great politician ended up in an iconic photo with a hat that did not match his prowess.
Quickly, the young Odinga ran to her dad and did her magic, she fixed the mistake and the photographer clicked away.
After her job was done, daddy’s girl walked away with her head held high.
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TUKO.co.ke earlier stated that Winnie poured cold water on Madaraka Day celebrations, terming the fete a colonial function.
Kenya celebrates Madaraka Day on June 1 of each year to commemorate the day the country attained independence 57 years ago.
She said the function was a creation of colonial masters and majority of Kenyans do not care about it in the present day.
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