Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro accused of assaulting a police officer and resisting arrest. “Mr [nominated MP Maina] Kamanda had been asked to introduce parliamentarians and other invited leaders. But Mr Nyoro, who arrived later accompanied by his supporters, insisted that politicians from Nairobi would not be allowed to preside over a function in his constituency.”
https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/article ... ing-police
It is not against the law for anyone, politicians included, to attend a meeting in any constituency in Kenya without informing the local MP. If an MP believes another MP is discourteous towards him, he should inform his constituents not to attend the “discourteous” MP’s meetings.
However, if the constituents go against your advice and decide to attend the meetings, you should let them be, since you do not own the constituency.
Please avoid side shows, and support the fight against corruption.
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