A week after claims of her alleged blindness went viral, Raila Odinga's eldest daughter Rosemary Odinga has made first return to her 'beloved' Kibra constituency in as many months.

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Ms Odinga was admitted to a South African hospital after being diagnosed with brain tumour and has since gone missing for over a year.

On Tuesday, a jovial Ms Odinga, who bowed out of Kibra constituency race in 2017 April, returned to her father's foundation buildings in Kibra.

"Rosemary Odinga today made her first public appearance since she fell ill in 2017. Together with Hon. Sabina Chege, they joined Chang Lee of I Love Africa at Raila Odinga Education Centre in Kibra to present sewing machines to women under the Women's Economic Development Programme. 

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"Under this programme, at least 60 women will be trained how to sew using the machines after every three months, upon completion, they will get certificates from the National Program for Examinations," wrote Philip Nyamai, an aide.https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1901135363340818&id=100003331191731.

A student leader from Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University of Science and Technology claimed that Ms Odinga confessed going blind during her treatment in South Africa.

In her own narration, the student claimed, Rosemary, who had attended a funeral to a student in Bondo two weeks ago, told the crowd how she had struggled with the situation.

"I was shocked when she told us that she went blind in South Africa. She also said nowdays she spends most of her time recovering at the coast," he claimed.

However, a close look at Rosemary in Tuesday's function, showed that she acted like a normal person, waving to people and even showing her skills on sewing machine.

Furthermore, she was not in the shades associated with blind people. She bolted out of Kibra race, giving incumbent Kenneth Okoth another smooth ride for second term.