At a public gathering, Peter Salasya, an MP for Mumias East, fought off an attack by a member of the County Assembly from his district. The video, which was posted by a credible news organization, shows MCAs heckling MP Salasya.
No one seems to know why this misunderstanding occurred. There have been reports of this happening in various sections of the country, and some of the country's leaders have disagreements with one another.
Click here to watch the video (https://www.facebook.com/channel7newstv/videos/705486514911053/?app=fbl)
Here is what Kenyans who reacted said:
Kenyans have slammed the leaders for their behaviour at a public event.
Robert ...I support Salasia, those people are underrating him. Waonyeshe taekwondo Mheshimiwa
Allan...Kweli MCA wanafaa kupewa security haswa western. Sasa mwenye aliuwawa khwisero ndio amezikwa Jana na ndio wa mumias anataka pia...
Isaac...M.C.A are full of envy with mp we love salasssia
Time...Comes 2027all western waeshimiwas watauana wote,
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