Even their ears look alike! Babu Owino shows off cute grown-up son

Babu Owino is one of the most recognisable and controversial of politicians in Kenya. The man who has a whole catalog of things he has said that would make a pimp blush.

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His flamboyant and out of this world character would make many forget that the man is not only married but that he has a grown son.

Akothee in parliament with Babu Owino
Akothee in parliament with Babu Owino

The Embakasi East Mp has shown off his wife, Fridah Ongili in the past rarely shows off his all grown-up son. Babu showed off his son on his Instagram page.

The legislator with his wife
The legislator with his wife

His caption read;

Father and his Son.

And he didn’t stop there, the very proud Mr. Owino shared another picture of him and his son smiling. His caption was more memorable using a popular political catchphrase that he has become known for, ‘The Tibims/Tialalas.’

The politician with his son
The politician with his son

Many of his followers were impressed at how the resemblance of father and son. The comments are below;

azamiwamuyu Cute boy 😍
eric_nzau Nice one
duncan.ojwang Mtoto si nguo utaomba mtu….enyewe wako ndio wako.
firefirelangat Smart❤️
thomasolando98 True ears can tell
steve_bthe 🔥❤️ a lovely resemblance
raj.reyzz Usishindane na Babu ww😂
simoogush Alike

Babu might have taken a leaf from one of Instagram’s most popular and interesting users. That being, 50 Cent who has made a habit of posting numerous images of his son, Sire.

50 Cent with Sire
50 Cent with Sire

50 Cent however rarely posts an image of the baby mama.

50 cent with Sire and the baby mama
50 cent with Sire and the baby mama

 

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‘I will not tolerate jokers,’ Mheshimiwa Jaguar revives beef with Babu Owino

Remember when Starehe MP Jaguar and Embakasi East MP Babu Owino almost came to blows?

Well, that standoff is about to be revived again in the second session of the 12th Parliament.

Speaking to the Star yesterday, Jaguar accused Babu of hurling insults at President Uhuru Kenyatta and Interior CS Fred Matiang’i and hiding in Parliament to escape arrest.

“We are warning some of our leaders who use Parliament as a hiding den after hurling insults to Uhuru and Matiang’i. We are now back to business and will not tolerate jokers,” Jaguar said.

“If they continue insulting Uhuru’s administration, we will be smoking them out of Parliament and handing them over to the police.”

babu-owino-12On Wednesday last week, Babu sought intervention from House Speaker Justin Muturi after receiving reports that Flying Squad officers were eagerly waiting for him outside the precincts of Parliament Buildings.

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He claimed that police officers in three vehicles wanted to arrest him for remarks he issued during the NASA’s Baba Dogo rally.

“They want to arrest me but I don’t think I will get out. If matters worsen, I will spend the night here,” he said, “This is total witch-hunt. An abuse is not a crime. That’s a civil matter. If Matiang’i feels I abused him let him proceed to a civil court instead of using police to round us up.”

In January, the MP was arrested outside Parliament buildings over assault and malicious damage to property. He was detained for two nights at Parklands police cells and released after Nairobi senator Johnson Sakaja intervened.

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On November late last year, Jaguar apologized to his constituents following a fist fight with Babu at Parliament buildings. Sergeants at arms had to separate the two.

Jaguar is said to have asked Babu to stop insulting the presidency before the fight.

He apologised, citing his counterpart’s alleged reference to President Uhuru Kenyatta as mtoto wa mbwa.

The first time lawmaker however promised to “square it out” with Babu if he continues to insult Uhuru and the presidency.

-The Star

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