Monday, September 9, 2019

Kenyan Politicians Fight In Church Over Control Of Constituency


A viral video shared by Nation  online has captured moment  two lawmakers engaged in a shouting match at the event attended by
about 20 members of Parliament, before reaching for each other's clothes.

 Yesterday two Kenyan politicians and members of parliament, Ndindi Nyoro and Maina Kamanda engaged in a fight at Gatui Catholic Church in Muranga over the control of Kiharu constituency.


The fight ensued after Nyoro stormed the church's fundraiser which Kamanda was attending with other Kieleweke MPs. Nyoro disrupted the event, insisting that he is the only one with the right to invite leaders to events in his constituency as Kiharu's MP.
“I am the MP and I am the only one who can invite people to functions in this constituency. I respect Maina Kamanda as a father and an elder, but I cannot allow him to come all the way from Nairobi to rule Kiharu Constituency,” Nyoro said.

He also stated that the event will not go on because he wasn't invited to the event holding in his constituency.

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