Jubilee Summons The Two Nakuru MCAs Who Unleashed Tae Kwondo skills on Each Other Over a Man

Nakuru County Jubilee Party officials have summoned two MCAs who engaged in a fist fight on Tuesday within the precincts of the Assembly.

Hon Joyce Anyiso, a nominated member of Nakuru County Assembly has however denied being involved in a fight with her colleague Hon Jackline Manyara over a man.

Manyara who represents special interest groups in Nakuru Town East constituency and Anyiso went for each other’s throats, treating their bewildered colleagues to free action movie at the County Assembly’s cafeteria during lunch hour.

Manyara  accused Anyiso of sleeping with her husband and destroying her family.

“Wewe Anyiso kwa nini unaniharibia nyumba!” shouted Manyara as she slapped Anyiso in the face.

Anyiso, in turn, protested saying: “Mimi sijaharibu nyumba yako!”

“The issue started in Naivasha when Manyara was trying to harass the MCA of Mauche Philip Rotich. Manyara accused Mauche of influencing her husband to abandon her,” Anyiso told The Nairobian.

Anyiso who admits to enjoying a cordial relationship with Manyara explained that the fight broke out when Manyara became unreasonable and would not stop harassing fellow MCA Rotich.

According to some MCAs , the two started feuding at the weekend during a meeting of ward reps in Naivasha that was attended by Governor Lee Kinyanjui.

Peter Cheruiyot, the County’s Party Secretary General in a letter summoned the Manyara and  Anyiso to appear before the disciplinary committee to explain the circumstances that led to the fight.

“You are both accused of violating ethics and integrity laws by fighting within the county assembly premises where you also used unprintable and vulgar words,” read part of the letter.

“As you are aware, Jubilee Party constitution expects highest standards of integrity and ethical conduct from its elected and nominated members as part of respecting, defending the constitution of Kenya,” said Cheruiyot in the letter.

The Leadership and Integrity Act bars state officers from engaging in activities that can bring the offices they hold into disrepute.

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