Dramatic scenes at a Nairobi Lodging after renowned MP allegedly bust colleague having nice time with his wife
A fist fighting ensured in one of the lodgings in Nairobi’s CBD when a vocal MP busted one of his colleagues having a nice time with his girlfriend. According to the reports by the star newspaper, hell broke loose when the MP from Mulembe Nation received a tip-off of what was going on before storming the lodging where he caught the two enjoying the Good moments.
According the witnesses who spoke on condition of anonymity to the media, it is said that the vocal lawmaker paid for the damage and urged the Management of the Hotel to keep the details of the drama confidential because his reputation could have been soiled by the incident.
Also in the fight between the two lawmakers, the western MP is said to have pounced on the colleague leaving his shirt torn.
“The legislature accused the former colleague of having a secret affair with his woman before pouncing on him with blows and kicks…” The star reported.
Elsewhere, Twitter swindler who allegedly conned a Nairobi love-struck woman of Sh3.5 million has finally been arrested and remanded.
It has been established that Mr. Emmanuel Gift Masinde, who was exposed mid-last year after he allegedly conned seven women off their hard-earned cash, was nabbed on December 22, 2022, and taken to the Industrial Area Prison.
In November 2022, the 27-year-old was exposed by a lawyer known as Francis Wanjiku Njoroge, saying that the suspect was a wanted man and anybody who would give information about his whereabouts will be given a reward of Sh100,000.
On an exclusive interview, the lawyer said the suspect had a warrant of arrest on his head but was escaping police dragnets.
“He was nabbed by the police and taken to Industrial Area Prison, the matter was heard in Court on January 2, 2023 and it will come up again in the next few weeks. We shall seek to have him jailed for 30 more days as the matter goes on,” said the lawyer.
Court documents seen by Nairobi News, reveal that the suspect conned Ms. CME of her Sh1.1 million.
According to the lawyer, Mr. Masinde was fond of going after women on social media. Before they could know it, they had already sent him money after he gave them false explanations.
In the court documents on the matter in which he conned Ms. CME, the suspect received the cash but never honored a court order to return the same.
The other six women he conned – and now in the same WhatsApp group seeking justice – are demanding they get their cash back.