A Central Kenya member of parliament is at the risk of being arrested after a meeting she organised secretly ended in a bloody fight. The incident which took place in Iganjo Shopping Center led to four people to suffer serious injuries during the scuffle turned violent with two factions fighting.
According to Kenyans.co.ke digital news platform, Maragua MP Mary Wa Maua in company of her 2 aides is said to have stormed a meeting of a faction that has been at loggerheads with her leadership in the constituency. One of the organizers of the meeting, Mixson Warui who was the event coordinator suffered injuries when the bodyguard to the MP beat him to a pulp in the ensuing event.
The faction allied against the MP went to Makuyu Police Station where they recorded a statement against Mary and her two aides who were responsible for the vicious attack. He is being treated at Maragua level 4 Hospital from the injuries he sustained.
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