Babu, Jaguar ordered to apologise over fight

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The National Assembly has ordered Embakasi East Member of Parliament Babu Owino and Starehe MP Charles Njagua alias Jaguar to apologise over their fight in within parliament premises in October last year.

The Assembly’s power and Previleges Committee said on Tuesday that the two conducted themselves in a manner that reflected adversely on the dignity and integrity of the House.

The two legislators traded blows within Parliament on October 10, 2017 after Owino referred to President Uhuru Kenyatta as a leader in charge of a caretaker government, whose reign “will end soon.”

After the dramatic incident, a shouting match ensued with Owino insisting that he would not recognise President Kenyatta’s legitimacy.

The physical confrontation between the two first time Parliamentarians triggered myriad reactions with Kenyans condemning the two for portraying intolerance, terming the incident shameful.



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