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Fireworks as Sifuna Differs with Khalwale, Defends Rowdy Protesters Who Ate Delegates Food (VIDEO)

Drama was today witnessed at the floor of the Senate Assembly after Nairobi Senator Edwin Sifuna differed with Kakamega senator Boni Khalwale after Khalwale raised the issues of rowdy Kisumu youths who allegedly at delegates food after storming a government event.

Khalwale alleged that the Kisumu protestors who distrusted a meeting led by Director General of Communications Authority of Kenya Ezra Chiloba, were led by Kisumu Deputy Governor Mathews Owili.

The Kakamega senator claimed that Owili was even heard saying that they are warming up for Monday, a day which Azimio leader Raila Odinga is set to lead the country in a Mass Action against the William Ruto led government.

He claimed that the protests and the move to disrupt the meeting in Kisumu today was a move by some area leaders to send a message that the region is ungovernable.

Khalwale was however forced to pause his speech at some points to plead with the speaker to protect him as he received resistance from the leaders of the opposition wing.

"Muache hii mchezo yenu. Kwenda kabisa (You will have to stop this your joke. Go way). You can now speak," Khalwale fired at the leaders who were heckling at him.

Picking the microphone, Nairobi senator Edwin Sifuna hit back at Khalwale as he defended the protestors. He claimed that Khalwale's claims had no basis of prove and we're therefore not worth being said at the floor of the Senate.

"Stop heckling here Khalwale," Sifuna told the Kakamega senator as he continued to give his remarks.

He told senator Khalwale that Kenyans are starving and there is no way leaders will hold meetings and enjoy food bought on government resources without the people invading the venue.

"I can assure you that no government agency is going to hold a meeting anywhere and enjoy food bought on people's resource when Kenyans are starving. Even in Kakamega Khalwale, you will not hold a meeting of your staff or anyone," Sifuna claimed.

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