There was a dramatic scene in Bungoma after "bodaboda" operators demanded justice for their chairman.
According to the source, honorable Majimbo Kalasinga who is the Member of Parliament for Kabuchai constituency insulted their chairman. They stormed one of the police station and demanded for justice. They caused commotion by exchanging blows, and this forced police officers to use teargas.
The video revealed that they had dangerous weapon(knife) during the incident. Majimbo Kalasinga is yet to respond to the occurrence. Residents are urged to report such cases to relevant authorities instead of causing chaos.
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