ODM politician Norah Bosibori says Winnie Odinga’s attitude cost Raila’s presidency

  • Norah Bosibori Ochieng said Winnie Odinga rubbed off negatively on people in Raila Odinga’s campaign
  • Bosibori said Winnie overestimated her abilities adding that she sometimes had to delegate
  • Winnie has previously said that she is seen as arrogant due to her assertiveness in the line of duty.

Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party politician Norah Bosibori Ochieng has accused Winnie Odinga of costing Raila the presidency of Odinga.

ODM politician Norah Bosibori during her interview. Photo: TUKO.co.ke/King’ori Wangechi.
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In an exclusive interview with TUKO.co.kethe former Dagoretti North contestant says the ODM frontman’s latest daughter overestimated her abilities.

Bosibori said Winnie’s attitude to make sure her father’s needs are met rubbed people the wrong way, costing the campaign.

“She had a cognitive bias of overestimating her abilities. You can’t be master of everything. You have to delegate no matter how good you are. So her condescending attitude must have rubbed some people the wrong way.” That’s when she had to undermine a lot of people to get her things done. It cost the campaign because if you can’t listen then people let you do what you want,” the politician said.

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assert oneself

However, in an interview with Nationyoung Odinga felt that she had been called arrogant due to her assertiveness in her duties.

“I’m not sure. But what I do know is that I’m a pretty confident and professionally solid woman. And I’m aware that I’ve been called arrogant because I’m assertive,” she said.

She explained that most members of the campaign secretariat looked up to her child and had difficulty accepting her authority.

“Most people around my dad still saw me as a baby and refused to acknowledge that I’m now a grown woman. It’s really an attitude problem,” she added.

Winnie returns to Twitter

After her father’s defeat in the August election and subsequent Supreme Court case, Winnie took a break from Twitter after doing a online rant.

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However, a week ago she came back saying there was a different system between an election campaign and an election day.

“Back on Twitter after a while, and my mentions are a mess. I see you’ve spoken. Just know that there’s a whole different system between an election campaign and an election day. If I’m handled the latter, I’d be tweeting this from the wedding venue!” she says.

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