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Breaking: Fight Erupts in Kenyan Parliament on Wednesday Afternoon

Members of Parliament fighting on Wednesday after.

A fight broke out in parliament on Wednesday as Members of Parliament were voting on the controversial Political Parties Amendment Bill.

This happened as some of the MPs started throwing fists on each other behind the chairperson's desk

Though it is not clear who started the fight, it interrupted the voting and among those affected was the Limuru constituency Member of Parliament Honourable Peter Mwathi.

The Luanda MP (who was chairing) Chris Omulele on Wednesday found it rough navigating through a ‘chaotic’ House sitting convened to discuss the controversial Political Parties (Amendments) Bill, 2021.

Watch the live event here: https://twitter.com/K24Tv/status/1476167932396769280?t=9cUblx75dMgFVU25_fdxVA&s=19

Among those who were thrown out of the speaker's desk is the Kandara Constituency Member of Parliament Honourable Alice Muthoni Wahome who the chairperson noted was misbehaving.

Earlier, the Members of Parliament allied to deputy president William Ruto had expressed issues with the man we in which the voting was taking place.

Debate on the legislation, backed by Raila and President Uhuru Kenyatta, ended prematurely on December 22 after which the Speaker directed a further review of the Bill at the JLAC.

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