Murang’a MCAs for the third time came to blows following their differences on change of leadership in the assembly.
This happened after a group of county legislators, among them the newly-elected Majority Leader Amos Murigi, attempted to occupy their offices at the assembly premises.
The were at the deputy speaker Samuel Kihurunjo’s office to serve him with a letter requesting for a special sitting so that the assembly confirms the new leadership.
They also wanted the deputy speaker to introduce them to the new offices.
But when they went to the new Majority Leader’s office, Eric Kamande, who was replaced by Murigi, dismissed their actions saying they were just engaging in theatrics.
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