Mbita Member of Parliament Millie Odhiambo doesn’t have a child at the age of 53 years, but that doesn’t mean that she’ll stop trying to get one.
“Sara did it at 100 anyway, ” she said on a Facebook post while revealing some of the pressures she encounters for not having a kid.
“Some women got in touch with me on being childless ( because am one, they thought i would be empathetic). Up until then I was not going to bring a law on Assisted Reproduction. I was touched by how women are very affected. My childlessness does not affect me that much. God gave me a special ability to love children who are not mine. So I brought the law courtesy of their intervention. ( I am however toying with the idea of having a child when am 53 or 55.”
Ask real issues not personal stuff
She also asked people to focus on things that will bring change to Mbita and not always personal issues adding that internet has made it easy to talk to leaders a thing that never happened in the past.
“When I was younger, reaching a policy maker was not easy. If I got an opportunity to reach one, which was rare, I would have a littany of real policy issues to raise with them. Now getting a policy maker is only a face book post or twitter away. Jothurwa- Sample how young people engage us inbox. Young man: I love you. I dream about you. Can we meet? Can you be my girfiend – and suchaalikie things.” she wrote.
“Back to my issue. Young women and men such are the issues I want to hear. Get it off your mind that having sexual liaison with leaders will make you wealthy. Work hard and be a leader in any field you chose instead.If I wanted to engage in illicit s..x, i can assure you it will not be with some random youth writing to me on facebook. Dont ask who it will be with. I carry no property of yours.”
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September 23, 2019
September 23, 2019