She's right! Vera Sidika affirms Millie Odhiambo's fierce statement

• The politician went viral after a video of her asking girls to break the African tradition of being good and meek girls was posted on socials.

Vera Sidika
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Veteran socialite turned reality TV star and entrepreneur Vera Sidika has acknowledged Suba North Member of Parliament, Millie Grace Odhiambo as a bad girl while echoing her sentiments.

The vocal politician went viral after a video of her addressing the Speaker of the house was shared online.

In the said video, Millie openly told the Speaker she wouldn't be heeding his words whereby he'd called upon her to be a good girl and set an example to first term females in the house as well as girls out there.

"Good girls do not get anywhere, be a bad girl like me and you will get somewhere. Be as bad as Millie Odhiambo and you'll be the mother of this house. I am a bad girl and I'm serving my 4th term," the politician boldly said in part.

Sharing an excerpt of Millie's dramatic yet moving speech in Parliament, Vera applauded the seasoned politician for her remarks maintaining good girls barely ever get anything.

"Bad girl Millie... She is right though," started off the mother of 2 accompanying the post with laughing emojis.

Millie Odhiambo
Image: Instagram

Vera went on to categorize herself as a successful bad girl who had it good as she asked people to head Millie's words while borrowing a page from her book as well.

"Mimi ni bad girl (personally I am a bad girl) and I have been all over the world while good girls wako home... Good girls go to heaven while bad girls go everywhere," the last of her Instagram post read.

The socialite also gave a short out to Peter Salasya for voting against the proposed 2024 Finance Bill noting he'd represented Luhyas well.

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