ODM leader Raila Odinga’s daughter Winnie has ventured into a new business to add an extra buck to her purse.
Winnie, a graduate of Communications and International Business graduate from Drexel University, USA, shared a video of her learning how to ride a bodaboda Wednesday, January 15.
In the video, the former Prime Minister’s youngest daughter intimated that she would be charging clients for bodaboda rides.
Mom giving me Bajaj lessons in Kisumo this morning. By 5 O'clock I'll be charging passengers. #UberBike pic.twitter.com/tyW6kKE9LH
— WinnieOdinga (@winnie_odinga) January 15, 2020
While she owns a consultancy business in Nairobi, Winnie seems focused on expanding her revenue streams after ‘venturing into bodaboda business.’
In the aftermath of Kibra constituency by-election, Winnie stated at a public rally that she may be running for Langata parliamentary seat come 2022.
Langata! ODM is coming! pic.twitter.com/U3qryw6kYq
— WinnieOdinga (@winnie_odinga) November 14, 2019
This comes after ODM lost the seat to Jubilee’s Nixon Korir after decades of Raila Odinga holding the seat.