Picture courtesy. Justin Muturi.
The popular blogger went as far as to claim that the Speaker had been rushed to the hospital in an ambulance from the Nairobi Metropolitan Services.
The popular blogger, identified as Cyprian Nyakundi, has been controversial over the years and in most cases having to face the law for his tweets.
The National Assembly has refuted the claims that the Speaker is in MP Shah Hospital admitted as Nyakundi claims.
The Speaker is currently in Parliament presiding over the matters of the day contrary to what Nyakundi had shared earlier through his Twitter handle.
Muturi in Parliament. Picture courtesy.
The National Assembly has cautioned the blogger to desist from spreading such malicious rumors about the Speaker of the Assembly.
Speaker Justin Muturi has been in the headlines for wanting to replace Uhuru Kenyatta as the Central Kenya Kingpin once the president retires next year after the slated General Elections.
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