Rosemary Odinga regains full sight after two-year battle


Rosemary Odinga regains full sight after two-year battle
Rosemary Odinga during a past interview with Citizen TV's Victoria Rubadiri.

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  • Rosemary moved the congregation at St. Peter's ACK Church in Bondo, Siaya County, on Wednesday during a Christmas service when she narrated how she has been battling failing sight following an illness.

Rosemary Odinga, the daughter of Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga, has revealed that she has fully regained her sight after two years of partial blindness.

Rosemary moved the congregation at St. Peter’s ACK Church in Bondo, Siaya County, on Wednesday during a Christmas service when she narrated how she has been battling failing sight following an illness.

“I felt alone and had to quickly learn to use sounds and movements of people to tell who was around me. Those were the most trying moments of my life,” she said.

She recalled how it was especially painful for her as a mother to not to see her children.

“People would see me and think I was able to see because my eyes were ‘wide open’. I am grateful for your prayers and support during those difficult times,” she added.

Rosemary had accompanied her father, opposition chief Mr. Odinga, to the Christmas service

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