The much hyped event that took place in Naivasha was a big event. It was the World Rally Championship held during the weekend.The place was full of Kenyans who went to witness the event that had been out of the country for a period of almost 19 years. Polician's were not left out either.
Away from that, there are some unfortunate news after one member of parliament was hospitalized. Starehe legislator Charles Njagua Kanyi who is well known as Jaguar is ill and admitted. Former Nairobi governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko posted a picture of the MP in hospital.
It looked like the Jaguar suffered a leg fracture his leg since it had been fitted with a plaster. The former Nairobi Governor Facebook wished the young MP quick recovery. It is however still unknowing what happened that led to injury to his left leg.
Kenyans were quick to respond with goodwill messages as they wished Jaguar well. More details are yet to be known on what happened to the Starehe Member of parliament. The legislator was once a strong supporter of the Deputy President but he later ditched the camp to focus on his other agendas.
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