Babu says sorry

Pull me from fire, save my political career, Babu Owino begs Uhuru
Mar. 15, 2018, 9:00 am
By NANCY AGUTU @nancyagutu

Embakasi East MP Babu Owino at Milimani Law Courts where he was charged with subversion, hurling insults at President Uhuru Kenyatta and incitement to violence, September 26, 2017. /COURTESY
Embakasi East MP Babu Owino has pleaded with President Uhuru Kenyatta to keep his political career from going down the drain.

Babu, whose real name is Paul Ongili, said the dialogue between Uhuru and Opposition leader Raila Odinga must continue for him to be saved.

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Speaking outside Parliament buildings on Wednesday evening, he said he has already “burned” so Uhuru should “release me from the furnace”.

“In the Bible, Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego were put in a furnace to burn to death for failing to obey the king but came out of the furnace stronger,” he noted.

“I would like to tell the President that he has put Babu Owino in fire and that he has burned and he is strong. I do not want to be stronger than this. Let him remove me from the fire.”

This was Babu’s first time to ask for help from the President following the nullification of his election by the High Court.

When his election was cancelled, Babu claimed Uhuru and Deputy President William Ruto had a hand in the court verdict.

“The whole nation knows that this is a war of the President and DP versus Babu. It is sad that the government is controlling the Judiciary,” he said.

“No one can destroy me. If either Uhuru or Ruto decides to vie against me in Embakasi East, I will beat them seriously.”

More on this: [VIDEO] Babu Owino accuses UhuRuto of influencing court case

Babu often issues controversial remarks at rallies by the National Super Alliance and was once on the spot for allegedly referring to Uhuru as the son of a dog.

Last year, Uhuru warned him against instigating violence in the constituency during polls.

The President said the youthful legislator is “at liberty to insult him” as long as he doesn’t incite his electorates to cause violence.

He said the politician’s remarks do not cause him sleepless nights as many would wan to believe.

“That young man keeps on hurling insults at me but let me tell him categorically that if he tries to sprout violence, he will know people were born.”

The MP was charged subversion, insulting Uhuru and incitement to violence over the ‘mtoto wa mbwa’ remarks he made at a public rally in Kibera.

Wameanza, I guess next in Keter

So now he knows he knows not

Hahahahahahaha watajua hawajui

he has grown up finally?

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He is full of sh!t.

Forgiveness does not change what has been, it enriches the future and defines the strong. It breaks the chain of animosity and paves the way for peace and love and unity.

All this circus is making me feel dump and not in control of my tax. Every one will be hugging, no checks and blowing cover for the next 4 years but guys here are smitten like teenage girls. Aaawww, atajua hajui kinda shit.

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