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Nyeri MCA attacks female colleague for wearing miniskirt to House meeting

By Fay Ngina | Oct 5th 2017 | 1 min read

Karatina Ward MCA Watson Mburungo is having a hard time concentrating at his job as female colleagues put on miniskirts while coming to work. The MCA claimed that ladies distract him during House meetings.

“Some of us cannot concentrate as we sit across our female MCAs. Kindly, advise us on the mode of dressing,” said the MCA.

The Nyeri County MCA’s were contributing to a debate on Governor Wahome Gakuru’s speech when the Karatina Ward MCA attacked a female ward rep claiming that she was scantily dressed.

“It is difficult for some of us to concentrate when our counterparts are in miniskirts,” said the continued the outspoken MCA.

The speaker however declined to address the issue saying that the matter could not be addressed since MCA’s were out of order.

“We are debating on the governor’s speech to the assembly, you cannot introduce something different,” said the speaker.

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