National Super Alliance (NASA) leader Raila Odinga has talked about the health status of his daughter, Rosemary Odinga.
Rosemary, 40, was in March 2017 flown to South Africa for specialized surgery after she was diagnosed with a non-cancerous brain tumor known as meningioma.
The illness stopped the alternative agriculture advocate from making her debut in politics in the August 8th, 2017 elections, after initially declaring her interests in Kibera MP seat.
She has kept a low profile since then, with the family remaining tight lipped on her progress. However, speaking during an interview with KTN, opposition chief Odinga said that his second born has “made tremendous progress.”
”She recently went to Israel and met some good consultants and they have put her on a regime. They are all surprised that she has made such fast progress,” Odinga said.