Starehe MP Njagua (Jaguar) apologises after fist fight with Babu Owino
Starehe MP Charles Njagua (Jaguar) has apologised to his constituents following Wednesday’s fist fight with his Embakasi East counterpart Babu Owino at Parliament Buildings.
“Starehe people didn’t elect me to fight in Parliament,” he said on Wednesday.
He accused Owino of “going through depression” telling him to that “he needs counseling” citing the Embakasi East recent verbal attack on President Uhuru Kenyatta and his family using unpalatable language during a NASA rally in Kawangware.
Njagua, however, vowed to “square it out” with Owino if he continues to insult the head of state and the Presidency.
“Babu should stop insulting the President if he does no then we also know how to insult. We are youthful leaders, we will square it out,” he said.
Njagua has said Babu’s reaction provoked him to act after approaching and warning him to respect the Presidency.
He said he is ready to appear before Parliament’s disciplinary committee to defend himself.
Njagua was flanked by Embakasi Central MP Benjamin Mwangi who was also involved in the Tuesday fist fight incident when he apologized.