Kidero, Sonko exchange blows during PAC sitting

Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero and Senator Mike Sonko on Wednesday morning engaged in a physical fight disrupting the Senate Public Accounts committee session.

The tension grew bigger after a verbal exchange in which Sonko allegedly accused Kidero of murder which escalated into a physical exchange of blows.

Sonko claimed Kidero, and his Chief of Staff Wainaina conspired to eject a woman in Nairobi from her Sh2 million property and later have her killed.

Report indicates that the meeting came to an end after the two, who have been in an unspoken tussle, began exchanging blows.

The Senator who appeared as a friend of the committee to table documents on the rates presented a form to the committee which he said showed how the property’s ownership was transferred but the committee questioned its admissibility shortly before the tension started.

“He is a murderer and I cannot withdraw that. I have video clips to prove that and I have no apologies to make,” he shouted at the governor who walked out after the exchange promising to return for the committee questions in a conducive atmosphere.


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