Embakasi East Member of Parliament Babu Owino on Sunday took a break from his normal online exercises and, in a video posted on Sunday, begged Kenyans to pardon him for his past mix-ups saying he is just human consequently
Mr. Owino, who is presently confronting a legal dispute for supposedly shooting DJ Evolve at a Kilimani bar early this year, said he has made plans to turn another leaf and will from now on try to improve as an individual and pioneer.
The MP said he showed up at the choice after close to home reflection subsequent to seeing the “hurt” and “disillusionment” by Kenyans online in his activities during his commitment with them.
Mr. Owino reviewed his childhood from a helpless family unit in Kisumu’s Nyalenda ghettos saying the encounters he experienced, here and there, affected his life as a grown-up.
The official described seeing his mom and kin being gathered together by cops, pounded on almost to death and shouting their lungs out for selling chang’aa as a way to procure a living and put food on the table.
“My mum brought me up in the ghettos selling chang’aa; she didn’t do it since she cherished it. She did it since she needed us to get instruction; she did it since she needed us to get food; she did it since it was the main alternative, the main wellspring of living that she could get,” he said.
“I remember the first time I tasted chang’aa I was 8 years old, I did it because that was the norm in the slum for everybody. Since then I’ve been taking alcohol, and I’ve had my challenges and ups and downs. I’ve reached a turning point and I’ve decided to make a change; a change that I am proud of; a change that my family is proud of.”
He further included: “That is the reason it has been a half year, nine days since I last contacted liquor. I consistently implore, I cooperation with my significant other who has a partnership gathering and I’m looking inwards to improve as an individual.”
The administrator offered thanks to his significant other, Fridah, for remaining close by through his difficulties and for ceaselessly cherishing him in spite of his numerous deficiencies.
“I need to tell the Kenyan individuals that even now I am not great, and I will work persistently on a portion of the shortcomings that I have throughout everyday life and endeavor to be a superior individual; endeavor to be a worker chief who will change the lives of my kin.”