As the country stays fixated on toady’s eagerly awaited late-night boxing bout between dramatic Tanzanian boxer Karim “Mtu Kazi” Mandonga and Kenyan pugilist Daniel Wanyonyi which took place at the Kenyatta International Convention Center (KICC) in the wee hours of the morning, a political link is now finding its way in the event as one of the Azimio members denies being the financier of the Tanzanian fighter as claimed by a section of the press.
Lawyer and activist Brian Weke was speaking while making an appearance on Radio Jambo’s political show Mazungumzo Wazi Wazi which was hosted by the station’s presenter Bramwell Mwololo. Alongside him in the studio were self-confessed Hustler Movement spokesperson Gerald Bitok and Kenya African National Union (KANU) Political Affairs Director Fred Okang’o. Amani National Congress party Nairobi Chapter Chairman Brian Mulama, who is also the Nairobi County Executive Committee Member Talent, Skills, Development and Care was also in on the action.
Following a statement by their host, Bramwell Mwololo, that Weke was the one paying Mandonga since he has a lot of money, Weke took exception to that. He explained that Njaanuary is real, and he has no money stashed away in millions to spend on such ventures or other luxuries that Mulama had also alleged earlier.
Big talking Tanzanian boxer Karim ‘Mtu Kazi’ Mandonga triumphed over Kenya’s Daniel Wanyonyi via TKO in the sixth round of their 10-round Super Middleweight contest at the KICC Ballroom in Nairobi hours ago.
Wanyonyi was literally a pale shadow of himself as showboating Mandonga commanded the ring majestically.
Mandonga took the fight to Wanyonyi and descended on the latter with a flurry of punches that left the Kenyan clutching on thin air.
Wanyonyi had nowhere to hide as Mandonga turned him into a punching bag.
Confident Mandonga controlled the tempo of the one-sided encounter as he wanted as confused Wanyonyi shifted from one corner of the ring to the other in search of reprieve.
The triumph took Mandonga’s tally to five, including three knockouts and a draw.
In the main event which was the showpiece of the night, popular Kenyan boxer Ray Okwiri was able to beat his Tanzanian opponent Ally Ndaro.
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