It is then that the Ainanoi MCA Cheruiyot Bett raised alarm informing the Speaker Dominic Rono who was leading the meeting that Mr William had walked into the house with a weapon. The mix made the Assembly's Speaker to instruct the MCA to give out his stick to the sergeant-at-arms.
The sergeant-at-arms surged forward and snatched the stick from Mr the MCA including a yellow cap that he had in his grasp. With the weapon removed from the floor of the house, the MCAs continued with their extreme interview for Ms Ngok' to prove her appropriateness to succeed the late Susan Kikwai who lost her life to Covid-19 on March twentieth.
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