Why people of Embakasi East will regret election BABU OWINO - He just made this SHOCKING CONFESSION

..be allowed to enjoy their favourite drinks,” he told eDaily.

The former University of Nairobi student leader noted that he grew up watching his mother sell the brew for a living and as such cannot demonize the liquor.

“I remember we struggled so much.”

“My mum used to sell chang’aa and she rose up through that and up to now I still drink chang’aa because that is where I came from.”


“It wasn’t a bed of roses,” he said.

“Growing up in Nyalenda, times were hard as policemen would come and beat people in their houses.”

“I could see my mum being whipped.”

“I slept in Kisumu’s Central Police Station severally as I was, time and again, arrested for selling chang’aa.”

“That was the only means that I could use to raise school fees.”

“But through God’s work, I managed and at least I am where I am now,” he added.

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