Firebrand MP representing Mbita constituency has now clarified that she doesn’t put on thongs as many would associate the under garment with modern women.
She was forced to make that clear as she recounted an incident where she was sexually harassed in parliament four years ago.
In 2014, the vocal law maker caused a stir during a stormy debate as MPs passed draconian Security Laws (Amendment) Bill 2014.
A fight erupted on the floor of the house and Millie removed her panties and threw it to Moses Kuria.
Well, on Thursday November 22nd as the House revisited Babu Owino’s fight with Jaguar, Millie Odhiambo took to the floor and used the opportunity to demand that the House also acknowledges that she was wronged back then in 2014 during the altercation witnessed in parliament.
She categorically stated that her undergarments do not come cheap and that she only does designer panties from top American lingerie brand Victoria’s Secret.
For starters, Victoria’s Secret is an American designer, manufacturer, and marketer of high end women’s lingerie, women’s wear, and beauty products.
“Every other time, people tend to think that chaos would rock Parliament when MPs differ. Some people even say Millie Odhiambo will throw her thong.
For your information, I do not wear thongs, I only wear Victoria’s Secret. And, no amount of sexual intimidation can put me down. Let the MPs acknowledge that a wrong was done to me,” said Millie Odhiambo.
This comes days after she bluntly attacked the Homa Bay women rep Gladys Wanga and vowed to kill her dream of ever becoming the area’s next governor.
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