MP Millie Odhiambo admitted in hospital
25 December 2014, 11:23
Nairobi - Mbita MP Millie Odhiambo was admitted to hospital to undergo check-up after her altercations last week in parliament.
The MP was at the forefront of CORD efforts last week to frustrate the enactment of the security bill 2014 and in which she ended up in the midst of altercations with Jubilee coalition MPs.
Her visit to hospital was allegedly for a check-up but she was forced admitted at the Nairobi Hospital Tuesday.
CORD leaders led by leader Raila Odinga and his co- principal Kalonzo Musyoka visited her in hospital.
Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria said last week that he harassed Odhiambo during the heated debate in parliament.
in a post on Facebook said that Kuria and other Jubilee coalition
members of parliament had sexually harassed her Thursday during the
heated debate on the controversial Security Bill.
Odhiambo had been a vocal part of the opposition's move to disrupt
proceedings in the house and claimed that because of that, she had been
" I was boxed in the eye by Moses Kuria as one
permanent drunk pulled my panty and another two pulled up my dress," she
said on Facebook.
She also insinuated that she continued undressing to prove a point to the persons who had tried to harass her.
they tried to undress me I completed the process for them. I am
fearfully and wonderfully made and have no embarrassment over my body,"
But in an interview with a local radio station Friday
morning, Kuria said that he had slapped the Mbita MP but that he did not
" I slapped her because she poured water on Joyce Laboso, (the Deputy Speaker)," he said.
Laboso was watered down by a section of CORD MPs after she insisted on proceeding with the emotive Security Bill.
is not yet clear whether Kuria's admission will see him land in hot
water, as did Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero when he slapped Nairobi
Women representative Rachel Shebesh.
In the chaotic scenes in the
house, CORD senators Moses Wetangula and Johnstone Muthama were also
roughed up and their clothes torn.
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