Millie was talking in defence of Mwende Mwinzi’s dual citizenship which has been a bone of contention following her nomination by President Uhuru Kenyatta to be the Kenyan High Commissioner for South Korea.
“My husband, Magugu Mabona, is Zimbabwean and I do not have dual citizenship. Am still negotiating with my husband to allow me to marry a second and a third husband like men have. When he allows me, I will come and change the law then I will declare my dual citizenship or triple,” Millie Odhiambo stated in utter surprise of fellow MPs.
“These men can sit here and judge us as women and tell us to declare citizenship some of them are married to Ugandans, some of them are married to Eritreans, some of them are married in Somalia and Tanzanians and US (United States) but we are not telling them to declare (their citizenship),” she said.
The Kenyan DAILY POST