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MP Ngunjiri Under Fire For Claims Of Assaulting Opponent's Employees

An assault charge against Bahati MP Kimani Ngunjiri and his allies is being researched by police.

The legislator's allies are blamed for assaulting two Bahati Jubilee Party competitor Irene Njoki's staff members while they were cleaning a promotion truck at Ahero Trading Center on the Nakuru-Subukia street.

At the point when Ngunjiri and his associates moved toward them, they were cleaning the promotion truck following a day of battling with Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance official running accomplice Martha Karua on Friday, while likewise publicizing the plan of her visit on Saturday.

The truck driver Simon Karanja guaranteed the MP fired pounding him when he wouldn't close down the declaration.

The MP came to me demanded that I need to stop the declaration that Martha Karua will make a few stops in Bahati however I was unable to stop since I had been recruited to do as such. It was as of now that he began punching me, said Karanja.

Ngunjiri's staff, as indicated by Karanja, endeavored to hold onto the telephone that his partners were utilizing to catch the episode.

Ngunjiri was in the organization of his allies including those from his National Government Constituency Development Fund group.

The episode is under test, said Bahati Sub County Police Commander Samson Andanje.

The two young fellows have had their assertions recorded and have been given with P3 structures to be finished up by surgeons for proof, he said.

Andaje expressed that once the reality of the situation was laid out, the culprits will be dealt with.

Njoki on her part reproved the occasion and requested that her rival take her on and not her staff.

Your strategies are known, you did this with the interest of having the police to capture you and gain public compassion yet that won't occur in light of the fact that it is in the open that you generally result to savagery at whatever point you are crushed, she said.

She proceeded to say that Ngunjiri and his posse could come up against indictments of burglary with brutality for endeavoring to take telephones from her workers.

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