Embakasi East Member of Parliament Paul Ongili, popularly known as Babu Owino, has been acquitted of misuse of firearm charges in relation to the shooting of Felix Orinda, also known as DJ Evolve.
However, Owino said that he will not celebrate his acquittal until DJ Evolve fully recovers.
“The day I will be victorious is the day I’ll see DJ Evolve walk and stand by my side. Until he recovers, I want to assure the public that will walk by his side and will always be there for him. I’m planning to take him to India for further treatment and I pray he will walk again in the near future,” Owino said.
Owino was accused of shooting and injuring DJ Evolve at B Club in Nairobi’s Kilimani area on January 17, 2020. He was charged with attempted murder, but the charge was later reduced to misuse of firearm.
The MP was acquitted by Milimani Senior Principal Magistrate Bernard Ochoi, who said that the prosecution did not prove the case beyond a reasonable doubt.
“Having evaluated the evidence before me, it is my finding that the prosecution did not prove the case beyond reasonable doubt, the victim denied that he quarrelled with the accused. For the above-stated reasons, the accused is found not guilty and acquitted under section 215 of the CPC,” the magistrate ruled.
While acquitting Owino, the magistrate said that the prosecution did a shoddy job during the investigations of the case.
Owino’s acquittal has been met with mixed reactions. Some people have welcomed the decision, while others have expressed disappointment.
DJ Evolve is still recovering from the injuries he sustained in the shooting. He is currently wheelchair-bound and has limited mobility.
Owino has said that he will continue to support DJ Evolve and help him get the treatment he needs.
Embakasi East Member of Parliament Babu Owino has been acquitted of charges in the shooting of Felix Orinda, also known as DJ Evolve.
The decision was made by Senior Principal Magistrate Bernard Ochoi at the Milimani Law Courts. Ochoi ruled that the prosecution had failed to provide sufficient evidence to prove that Owino was the one who shot DJ Evolve.
The prosecution had alleged that Owino shot DJ Evolve at a club in Nairobi in January 2020. However, the court found that the prosecution’s evidence was weak.
For example, the prosecution did not have a medical report to prove that DJ Evolve was shot. They also did not have a ballistics report to prove that the bullet that injured DJ Evolve came from Owino’s gun.
In addition, DJ Evolve himself testified that he did not see Owino shoot him. He said that he was shot by someone he did not know.
Based on this evidence, the court found Owino not guilty of the charges against him.
This is a significant victory for Owino, who has been fighting these charges for over two years. It is also a setback for the prosecution, which has been unable to secure a conviction in this case.
The case has been closely watched by Kenyans, who are divided on whether or not Owino is guilty. Some people believe that he is innocent, while others believe that he is guilty and is getting away with a crime.
The acquittal of Owino is likely to further polarize public opinion on this case. It remains to be seen whether the prosecution will appeal the decision.
Embakasi East Member of Parliament Babu Owino has once again addressed the high cost of living in Kenya. In a series of social media posts, Owino combined his commitment to advocating for reduced living costs and taxes with religious messages.
Owino, who has been a vocal critic of the government’s handling of the economy, said that everything has risen in price except salvation. He quoted a passage from the Bible, Exodus 1:12, which says: “But the more they were oppressed, the more they multiplied and the more they grew.”
Owino also shared a passage from the Bible, Matthew 18:1-5, which emphasizes humility and purity of heart. He said that those who are humble and have a pure heart will be rewarded in the kingdom of heaven.
Owino’s posts have been met with mixed reactions. Some people have praised him for his message of hope and resilience, while others have accused him of using religion to deflect from the real issues facing Kenyans.
The high cost of living is a major concern for many Kenyans. The prices of basic commodities have been rising steadily in recent months, and many people are struggling to make ends meet. The government has taken some steps to address the problem, but many people believe that more needs to be done.
It remains to be seen whether Owino’s message will resonate with Kenyans. However, his use of religious messages is a reminder of the importance of faith in times of hardship.
Embakasi East Member of Parliament Babu Owino has been released on a cash bail of Ksh.100,000 in a case where he is charged with conspiracy to commit subversive activities.
Chief Magistrate Lukas Onyina noted that the prosecution had not established a reason to deny the accused persons bail. The court also observed that the prosecution did not establish which of the accused persons would interfere with investigations into the case.
Owino and six other persons were arrested on Wednesday in connection with the opposition-led anti-government protests. They denied the charges.
Owino was arrested at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) and taken to Wang’uru Police Station in Mwea, Kirinyaga County, ahead of the Wednesday protests by the Azimio coalition.
He was on Thursday transferred to the Nairobi Area Traffic Police Headquarters after his family members and lawyers stormed the Wang’uru station demanding his release and was later in the day arraigned at the Milimani Law Courts where he was charged.
His legal team applied for his release, arguing that he had been unlawfully arrested and detained and that the charges preferred against him could not be substantiated.
The court granted the accused persons bail and directed them to report to the police once a week.
Fridah Ongili, the wife of Embakasi East Member of Parliament Babu Owino, has said that her husband is being detained at Wang’uru police station in Mwea, Kirinyaga County.
Fridah said that Owino called her on Tuesday evening, July 18, to say that he had been arrested by the DCI at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) upon his arrival from Mombasa. He told her that he would call her back, but his phone went off and he has not been able to reach her since.
Fridah said that she spent the entire day on Wednesday searching for her husband, going to the DCI headquarters, the airport, and several police stations in Nairobi. She was eventually directed to Wang’uru police station, where she was told that her husband is being held.
Fridah said that she was denied entry to the police station, but she was able to confirm that her husband is there because she saw a police officer who knew him. She also said that she heard from other people that there is a high possibility that Owino will be transferred to an undisclosed location.
Fridah pleaded for help from the Azimio la Umoja coalition leaders, saying that her husband has done nothing wrong and that he is being held illegally. She said that she just wants to be able to give her husband food and medicine, and to see that he is safe.
The arrest of Babu Owino comes just days before the planned anti-government protests. Owino is a vocal critic of the government and has been arrested several times in the past. His latest arrest has been condemned by the opposition and human rights groups, who say that it is a clear attempt to intimidate and silence critics of the government.
Embakasi East Member of Parliament Babu Owino’s wife, Fridah Muthoni Ongili, has shared worrying details about the arrest and detention of her husband.
In a video seen by this writer, Fridah disclosed that her husband is being detained at a police station in Mwea. She went on to narrate that she had been denied permission to see her husband at the said police station.
Owino was allegedly arrested at JKIA upon his arrival at the airport from Mombasa and later transferred to an undisclosed location.
After a long search, his wife got wind that her husband had been transferred to Wang’uru police station in Mwea.
“He called me at around 11 pm and told me that he is at the airport, he had just landed and was being detained by the DCI and arrested,” Fridah said.
“He told me that he will call me after that but he hasn’t because his phone went off after that and it has been off ever since. All I have been doing is searching for him and I started at the DCI headquarters and I was directed to go to the airport.
“I went there and he was not there, I went to Gigiri and Muthaiga, Kilimani, Embakasi police stations and he was not there. Finally, I was given information that he was in Wang’uru police station in Mwea,” Fridah said in part.
Mrs Ongili further stated that after travelling to Mwea she was denied permission to see or even give her husband food.
She said that she was told that Owino was being held incommunicado and that she would not be allowed to see him until the investigations into his arrest were complete.
Fridah has called on the authorities to release her husband and to allow her to see him. She has also called on the public to pray for her husband and for his safe return.
The arrest and detention of Babu Owino has sparked outrage among his supporters and members of the public. Many people have accused the government of targeting Owino because of his political views.
The government has denied these accusations and has said that Owino was arrested in connection with a criminal investigation.
It remains to be seen what charges, if any, will be brought against Owino. However, his arrest and detention have highlighted the growing political tensions in Kenya.
Azimio leaders are on the run after police launched a manhunt for them. The leaders, who include Babu Owino, have been accused of planning anti-government demonstrations.
Owino was detained at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport on arrival from Mombasa. About six other Members of the County Assembly and pockets of activists were also detained overnight.
It is not clear if they will be produced in court, but government officials say they are being held to disrupt the planned three-day protests.
Other senior Azimio leaders have been missing since Tuesday evening. Police teams sent to their homes in the city and upcountry did not find them. They were still searching for them by Wednesday morning.
The demonstrations called by Azimio leaders have paralysed operations in most parts of the country. Pockets of protests were reported in the city, but anti-riot police dispersed the groups.
The government on Tuesday ordered the closure of all-day primary and secondary schools in Nairobi, Mombasa and Kisumu ahead of the protests.
Inspector General of Police Japhet Koome declared the planned protests illegal. He warned Kenyans against participating in the demos, saying the police would deal with demonstrators accordingly.
Long distance drivers were urged by their organization to be cautious and if possible suspend their trips. Kenya Railways announced the suspension of train services in Nairobi over the protests. Some public service vehicles also announced they would keep off-roads and monitor the situation.
The protests have been called in response to the government’s decision to increase fuel prices. The government has said the increase is necessary to raise revenue to fund development projects.
The demonstrations have sparked fears of violence. The government has deployed security forces to major cities to prevent any unrest.
It remains to be seen how the protests will unfold. However, it is clear that the government is determined to prevent them from taking place.
Babu Owino, the MP for Embakasi East, is a man of many talents. He has a first-class honors degree in actuarial science, a master’s degree in law, six diplomas, and four degrees. He was born and raised in the Nyalenda slums of Kisumu, Kenya, and believes that his experiences there shaped him into the person he is today.
“I believe that the things we go through in life are meant to shape us and build us into who we are supposed to be,” Owino said. “That’s the goal of hard moments in life.”
Owino says that he can easily relate to someone who has struggled to pay school fees, lacked food at home, or even been arrested. He has gone through all of these things himself.
“After my father died when I was in class 3, my mother resorted to selling chang’aa (an illicit alcoholic brew) so that she could take care of us,” Owino said. “That’s what put me through school.”
Owino is a strong advocate for the rights of the poor and marginalized. He gets angry when he hears about the government waging a war against chang’aa sellers, because he believes that these sellers are often the only source of income for their families.
“Chang’aa sellers are the leaders of tomorrow,” Owino said. “They are the people who are going to change this country.”
Owino’s story is an inspiration to anyone who has ever struggled to overcome adversity. He is a living proof that it is possible to achieve great things, even if you come from a humble background.
Babu Owino, the member of parliament for Embakasi East, has pleaded not guilty to charges of misuse of a firearm. In his submissions to the court, Owino’s lawyer, Duncan Okatch, argued that the prosecution had failed to prove the defendant’s guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.
Okatch pointed out that none of the witnesses had seen Owino behaving in a disorderly manner, and that the prosecution’s reliance on CCTV evidence was not enough to prove that he was intoxicated. He also argued that the victim, DJ Evolve, had testified that he and Owino were friends, and that there was no motive for Owino to shoot him.
Owino himself also addressed the court, saying that he had spent Sh58.6 million on Evolve’s medical expenses. He said that he had taken responsibility for Evolve as a leader, and that this was inconsistent with someone who had intended to harm him.
The magistrate, Bernard Ochoi, has reserved his ruling until a later date.
Embakasi East Member of Parliament (MP) Paul Ongili Owino alias Babu Owino has revealed that he has spent Ksh58.6 million on the treatment of Felix Orinda, popularly known as DJ Evolve. Owino was charged with shooting Evolve at a club in Kilimani, Nairobi county in January 2016. He was found guilty and sentenced to serve seven years in prison. However, he was released on bail pending appeal.
In his defence, Owino told the court that he was not responsible for the shooting. He said that his gun was not loaded and that the bullet that hit Evolve could have come from another gun.
Owino also told the court that he had spent a lot of money on Evolve’s treatment. He said that he had paid for Evolve’s medical bills, as well as for his rehabilitation and physiotherapy.
The court heard that Evolve had suffered serious injuries as a result of the shooting. He had to undergo surgery to remove the bullet from his neck, and he had to learn to walk again.
Owino said that he was sorry for what had happened to Evolve. He said that he had never intended to hurt him.
The court has yet to make a ruling on Owino’s appeal. However, his revelation about the amount of money he has spent on Evolve’s treatment has drawn mixed reactions. Some people have praised him for his generosity, while others have criticized him for not taking responsibility for his actions.
It remains to be seen how the court will rule on Owino’s appeal. However, his revelation about the amount of money he has spent on Evolve’s treatment is a reminder of the serious consequences of gun violence.
It would appear slay-queens have a champion in the form of Embakasi East Member of Parliament Babu Owino who has decided to speak out against and even fight against proposed plans by Ruto’s government to tax wigs and makeup.
The proposed taxes are hidden within the Finance Bill 2023 and Kenyans are upset that it seems everything he can possibly tax will indeed be taxed.
Speaking to members of the media bubble window claimed this was a tax being imposed specifically on Kenyan women and he went on to say that they wear these things to attract tourists which is why Kenya is such a great tourist destination.
“I want to tell you that a government that is stealing from our ladies is not a good government and the real man should not steal from ladies our ladies are now putting on this leaves the wings to attract tourists and the main tourist attraction are these beautiful ladies so Kenya will lose billions”
Babu Owino is a jack of all trades. The Embakasi East Member of Parliament holds two degrees from the University of Nairobi with one being a degree in Acturial Science and the other being a degree in Law.
On top of this, he has been credited with helping digitally tutor Kenyan students during the confusion that was occasioned by the Covid-19 lockdowns as education ground to a halt and some of the students that performed well thanked him for his role in their success.
So to say he is a smart man is an understatement. But what few know about Babu Owino is the fact that he is a Karateka. And a damned fine one.
Raila Odinga was teargassed on Monday following the pre-planned protests that involved netizens taking to the streets to ‘take action’.
Raila spearheaded the demos after he claimed that netizens had had enough of the current government for raising the cost of living. Further, baba continues to claim that he was rigged victory of last year’s elections.
For the latter reasons, a section of netizens inclined to his cry. The streets of Nairobi and Kisumu were filled to the brim by baba’s supporters; preparing for the demos.
Babu Owino being one of his biggest supporters, shows immense support for him. And for the demos, Owino claims baba shouldn’t be arrested at any point.
He divulged the same in a recent interview, where he purported that the thought of arresting him would be treason.
”Harbouring an intention to arrest baba amounts to treason. If you want this country to go down, try to arrest baba. Just even utter that you want to arrest Raila.”
Raila yesterday announced that the protests would go run on Mondays and Thursdays. Following the protests, Riggy G was displeased and accused former President Uhuru for being involved in the protests by helping to fund it. Watch Owino’s sentiments here
New Years must have been fun for many, that is judging from the number of events that were lined up for that specific night.
There are those who went to church, others clubs but most were out to party at the various events i.e the Konshen event; not forgetting the failed Omah Lay event at the coast.
However judging from the feedback given out by fans from all the New year events; looks like Konshen’s not only gave fans a night to remember; but the fans themselves also got to entertain themselves in various ways including – fights.
Well, I say this thanks to a viral video showing a couple of drunk girls fight during the Carnivore event; and the funniest part is, social media users are convinced that Babu Owino was among those who were involved in the fight as seen in a viral video shared online.
‘Wasn’t me’ Babu Owino
Looking at the video, one can say Babu Owino was definitely part of the fight; that is after his look alike appears on the clip for about 3 seconds before disappearing in the crowd.
Having seen the video himself and seeing how fans on social media are talking; Hon Babu Owino on January 2nd issued a statement distancing himself from the viral video as he wrote;
With due respect,I was not at the Konshens’ party,and the man purported to be me in the video doing rounds is NOT me.
According to Babu Owino, at the time Konshen’s was performing – he (Babu) was busy carrying out his husbandly duties on his lovely wife.
The time Konshens was performing I was also performing on my wife and she can attest to this.People at the Konshens’ party should also confirm that I was not there
Hours after Senior Principal Magistrate Bernard Ochoi announced that DJ Evolve had dropped his case against Babu Owino; the politician has now opened up in a detailed post aimed at thanking Wvolve for the kindness.
As seen on the statement issued online, Babu Owino thanked the court for allowing both him and Evolve to solve their issues out of court. He also went on to applaud DJ Evolve for making the right decision (despite the pressure from the public) and for standing for what he believes is right.
Babu Owino’s statement read;
DECEMBER 16, 2021
GOD IN IT.
I welcome the recent decision of the Senior Principal Magistrate Bernard Ochoi in which the court allowed DJ Evolve and I to resolve matters while embracing Alternative Dispute Resolution. I thank the court for being bold enough to uphold the restorative principles of Justice enshrined in the Constitution of Kenya 2010.
Praises Evolve for bravery
The case being of public interest, Babu Owino is aware that many would have preferred seeing him behind bars; but thanks to his close friend, DJ Evolve – this will never befall on the Embakasi East MP.
Embakasi East MP Babu Owino is not ashamed of his past. In fact, he is willing to use his past life experiences to educate the youths; and thanks to an interview he did with Robert Alai – we get to know how his experience with drugs.
Just like most youths, Babu Owino says that he has used all types of drugs that is from soft to hard drugs. The fella said;
Personally, I’ve consumed everything. I’ve consumed soft drugs, moderate drugs and even hard drugs. But I didn’t see the benefit of it because it almost led to my destruction.
Just to give an example of some of the drugs he has used before, Babu went on to say;
I have done a lot of drugs, I’ve done cocaine, heroin and many brands of alcohol but that was in my last life and I have to admit that these drugs impair your judgement and they don’t help the body in any way. If anything, they do a lot of harm to the body.
Babu shares more details
Seeing how his interview with friend Robert Alai was getting recognition on social media; the politician shared a detailed post through his gram talking about the importance of recognizing the struggle of drug abuse in our society. He wrote;
KENYAN SOCIETY NEEDS TO CONFRONT THE REALITY OF DRUG USE AMONG THE YOUTH. My attention has been draw to a clip circulating on social media from an interview I did with my friend Robert Alai about my history with drugs of abuse. I wish to take this opportunity to give that clip some context.
How it all began
On the same post, Babu Owino mentioned how and why he found himself drowning in drugs like most youths. The young leader said;
Yes, I can confirm that in the past, like many young Kenyans struggling with identity, I fell victim to drugs of abuse. I was in a dark place in my life; everything appeared rosy to the public but inside, I was struggling with my demons and my outlet was alcohol and drugs.
On the same post, Babu added that his main reason for the interview is to educate Kenyans on the effects of drugs; and him being a public figure means his story is the perfect example. He went on to add;
The reason I went public with this very personal testimony is to show my fellow young Kenyans that your past does not have to define your future. I knew that there would be varied reactions to my story – “How can an MP be involved in something like that? But your life appears to be so good? What do you struggle with compared to ordinary people?”
Drugs do not distinguish between rich and poor, young and old, male or female; it can affect anybody! But you do not have to carry the mistakes of yesterday into today. It IS possible to break free from the yoke of drug use and turn your life around.
Word of advice
To those who continue to battle with their demons on the low; the politician encouraged them not give into the ‘devils’ whispers saying;
I can confirm that with the help of God, I have broken the chains of darkness. I have been alcohol and drug free for over one year and thanks to the invaluable support of my lovely wife, my friends and the people of Embakasi East, I have managed to reclaim my story.I no longer have a secret with the devil.
And in conclusion, he wrote;
I know there are many of you out there struggling with drug use. I know how it can seem so hopeless. God can do for you what no man can. Trust in God and don’t be afraid to make that first step. It is possible! I hope through this testimony, I can provoke a long overdue conversation about the reality of drug abuse in Kenyan society.
Light skinned politician Babu Owino is not loved by many; but the sad part is that he doesn’t really care. Even after the DJ Evolve incident, Babu Owino maintained his ego till date; and despite this being considered as a first degree attempted murder case – he remains free.
Away from that, we all know that Babu Owino has a beautiful family he goes home to after a whole day of playing politician. Just like most prominent people in Kenya, Mr Babu rarely puts his family on social media display; hence making it hard for bloggers to write anything about them.
However, we have seen his wife through several photos; but just recently as the world marked Women’s Day – Babu decided to unveil a never seen before photo of his darling wife. In the post the young politician went on to write;
Happy women’s day to my Mum,my lovely,supportive,beautiful,respectful,Prayerful,God given and very intelligent wife and all women in kenya.May God grant all women what they desire in life.
As seen on the photo, Mrs Owino stepped out in a hot ‘electric crimson red’ gown that left her looking like the queen she is.
Just from her smile, it’s easy to tell that wherever she was headed with hubby Babu Owino; who is seen in a red bow tie and sleek suit – must have been special.
Well, let’s just say that Babu made the right choice in picking a fashionable lady with both beauty and brains. Anyway below is the photo that has left many ogling at Mheshimiwa’s hot wife!
Well, whether a slay king or not Otile Brown definitely left Babu Owino fighting paranoia of being replaced come 2022. This is because the MP probably knew his people would support the hunk singer; especially since he failed in terms of fulfilling his promises of building roads in Embakasi.
However on Monday, 7 September Babu Owino availed himself to the people of Embakasi East; and as seen on his caption, Babu was there to help sort out some of their problems. On one of his videos, he wrote;
Being a celebrity means your life is now exposed to the public. This gives netizens the power to air their different about opinions and if one can’t handle it; then you find them having bitter exchange on social media. But question is, if they can’t handle the pressure, then why sign up for it in the first place!
Zari Hassan the boss lady
Having dated Diamond Platnumz, Zari not only exposed her personal life but kids to online criticism from online fans. However everytime fans blast her for living a fake life, Zari always steps down from her throne to argue with fans. Wasting time and energy!
So far the president of single mums has proven that online criticism bring out the worst in her. Just a few days ago she went on to threaten radio presenter Massawe Jappani after finding out the questions she was throwing at Vesha Okello.
Well as much as Massawe was wrong, I bet at 23 years Ms Vesha could have dismissed some of the personal questions asked; but she chose to respond. Akothee on the other hand chose to use this against Massawe by showering her with insults!
Celebrity lives are hard and Ms Muli can tell you this for free. So far she has proven to have ‘roho ndogo’ hence her bitter exchange with fans who sometimes body shame, insult and pick on her. I mean would it really hurt to mute and ignore criticism? Lilian Muli is a brand, but sometimes she tends to easily forget this!
They call him the king of savage clapback but i can tell you that rapper Jones often lets fear of being embarrassed take over him. Most of the rappers on his level barely pay attention at comments from fans; but try throw shade at Khali and see if it won’t itch him to respond!
Remember the last time Kenyans demanded justice for DJ Evolve? Of course. Babu Owino went on to have a bitter exchange with those who called him out; and despite his Degree in Law, his arguments sounded gibberish especially with the ‘mama yako’ insults!
Although Vera Sidika seems to have retired or tired of the socialite life; this particular lady is known to engage with fans especially well insulted.
The last time she was exposed for living in Gachie and not Kitisuru….Vera decided to parade her new mansion in mombasa not forgetting the flaunt the fashionable Gucci, LV among others to those claiming she is broke.
For months now Babu Owino has become an enemy to most Kenyans who demand justice for DJ Evolve who was shot by the MP following a small argument.
Fortunately the incident was caught on camera; making it hard for Babu Owino to deny that he was the one who shot the young DJ. However till now Babu Owino remains free, something that angers Kenyans; who still find it hard to believe that Justice goes to the highest bidder in Kenya.
Seeing that Kenyans on social media will not let this go; Babu Owino has since been working with his PR team and from the look of this the MP appears to be on a mission to win back all the fans he lost.
For this reason, this past weekend Babu attended a church service and thanks to the photographers he hired; they managed to get a photo that seems to be impressing Kenyans!
Well, being the first time he is seen praying on his knees; a few fans on social media now feel that he should be pardoned for his mistakes as he appears to have changed. Babu went on to caption the photo;
God I’m a sinner may you forgive me of my sins.
But do you think the photo above proves Babu Owino is now a changed man?
Babu Owino this past weekend gave Kenyans on social media a show that many will never forget.
For the first time the Embakasi East legislator narrated how his childhood in Nyalenda slums, Kisumu County was; as well as blaming it for his current violent behavior!
Turns out that Babu Owino did not have the usual normal childhood as his mother sold Chang’aa; an illicit brew, just to make ends meet.
Being the breadwinner of the family meantshe had no option but to hustle for her child! Speaking through his social media pages, Babu Owino opened up saying;
Today I have decided to talk to fellow Kenyans heart-to-heart and in the course of my duties I have been engaging you on various platforms on social media and I sense your anger. I sense that some of you are hurt and some are disappointed with me. I am a human being like you,
About his mother, being among those who sold the illicit brew meant that their family often faced police brutality; and even at some point Babu went on to reveal that he watched them whip his mum.
My mother sold chang’aa. She did not sell chang’aa because she wanted to but because she wanted us to go to school and to get the best services. Police harassment was real, and I witnessed them whipping my mother
Being a common drink in most slums, Babu says kids get to taste it when they are quite young; and since no one is around to observe what happens, Babu says he then got to have his first Chang’aa at the age of 8 years. He opened up saying;
At around eight years, I tasted chang’aa. I did it because it was what everyone was doing around, and it was the normal thing to do. Out of influence, I had to take chang’aa. Since then I have been taking alcohol.
He however claims to have quit alcohol for a few months now; but we also can’t help but think this might just be another stunt especially now that many have been demanding for DJ Evolve to get justice!
Lady identified as Muthoni Mahiaini has exposed Babu Owino for sliding into her DM!
As seen on the screenshots shared on Onare’s page, it appears that Babu Owino took his shot with the gorgeous chocolate skinned girl – only for him to realize that all Nairobi girls are not the same.
According to Babu, he found this particular young lady to be quite beautiful as he sent a Direct Message saying;
You are so beautiful
However unfortunately for Babu Owino the girl he had been eyeing did not seem impressed by his move; and the reaction did not make it any better!
On the screenshot, the lady went on to call out Babu for shooting Evolve as she wrote;
you have destroyed someone’s life forever!!! Shame on you
Well, having shot DJ Evolve and is allegedly said to be buying his freedom; Ms Muthoni did not want to be involved with a man like Babu Owino – but problem is, the politician did not take it so lightly!
Responding to the lady….as usual Babu Owino decided to throw shade at the lady and judging from what he wrote; clearly this fella does not take rejection lightly and seeing what his anger did to Evolve – Muthoni should count herself lucky this conversation went down in her DM.
Justice for Evolve
For weeks now, many have been asking Evolve to be given some justice by putting Babu Owino behind bars; but oh well, money talks louder and having justice on sale confirms that we might have to wait longer.
Muthoni on the other hand served Babu Owino on her page; as a reminder that money cannot buy you everything!
Speaking to the media yesterday, Mr John Orinda expressed delight in the major improvements his son was reflecting so far.
He was however quick to note that all this was courtesy of Babu Owino born Paul Ongili. Right from the issuing of medication to the medical staff that had camped at their home to keep watch of DJ Evolve’s health.
Since my son arrived home, I have seen improvement and there is medication he is being given and the person bringing those drugs is Babu Owino. He also provided the nurses that attend to DJ Evolve, day and night.
To this regard, Evolve’s dad showered Babu with unending praise, attesting that were it not for the financial and physical support the legislator has been providing, then the situation would have been worse.
All I can say is Babu Owino is not such a bad guy even though I am yet to meet him and have a talk. He has however not disappeared and I don´t think he will. I am also praying that Babu Owino helps us because we are not able to take care of Felix on our own.
Before taking a swipe at Nation media for their exclusive coverage on DJ Evolve’s well-being that didn’t paint such a good picture of Babu.
I would like to ask the Nation media & the media to stop haunting him because when DJ Evolve keeps seeing his stories on TV it brings back memories of the fateful day.
A few days after NTV aired an exclusive interview with recovering DJ Evolve, the entertainer's father, John Orinda, has spoken. Mzee Orinda says: 'Babu Owino si mtu mbaya'. pic.twitter.com/SETPbR0yck
DJ Evolve was recently discharged from the Nairobi Hospital after 5 months of being in the intensive care unit. Back in January 2020, Evolve was allegedly involved in an argument with Embakasi East that led to him getting a gun shot on his neck.
From the footage shared widely on social media; Babu Owino was seen pulling out his gun and firing at Evolve without a care in the world. Moments after this, the same Babu and his bodyguard were seen carrying a lifeless body in the corridor; and later on it was reported that he was rushed to the Nairobi Hospital.
Unfortunately, Evolve’s injury forced him to undergo several surgeries; as doctor’s hoped this would speed up his recovery process. Being alive is however something his family remains grateful for and now that he is finally home, their hope continues to grow each day.
After being discharged from the hospital, his mum went on to thank fans, family and friends for standing with them throughout. Although Evolve is yet to get better, his mum made it known that her son will not be having visitors. This is because of the orders given to them by Evolves doctors.
I know very many well-wishers and friends would love to come to visit him at home, but the medics have put stringent measures to regulate the people who can see him at a particular time. Home-based care has strict guidelines on maintaining hygiene
Surprisingly Evolve also had a few words to say; and this time around, he promised fans a good time in future as he plans to get back in his feet as soon as possible.
“Sometimes I can feel my toes. That reassures me that God is still working on me. I cannot wait to get back on my feet, meet and entertain my fans,”
Renowned disc jockey Felix Orinda, popularly known as DJ Evolve, has finally been discharged from Nairobi Hospital where he had been admitted for the last 5 months.
According to Mpasho, the mix master who plied his trade a B-Club, was released from the facility on Thursday, June 18.
The online publication reports that he was provided with an adjustable bed because he can’t walk. However, he can communicate albeit in a low tone.
DJ Evolve was shot twice in the neck by Embakasi East MP Babu Owino on January 17, 2020. According to reports, the two were close friends and the shooting might have been the result of a joke gone bad.
Watch the video below courtesy of Mpasho.
DJ Evolve has been discharged from the hospital. He still can't walk. The hospital has provided him with an adjustable bed. He now can talk but only in a low voice due to the many operations he underwent. pic.twitter.com/ffT6vr0Xzt
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