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MP becomes topic of discussion among city taxi drivers

By Standard Reporter | November 6th 2018

A first term who is no stranger to controversy seems not to be ready to change, even after landing in trouble because of his foul-mouth.

Yesterday, the youthful MP was a topic of discussion among city online taxi drivers, after he was involved in altercation with one of them.

The renowned legislator hurled unprintable words at the driver during the 4am incident at an up-market estate, after the man declined to get close to his car as directed, before speeding off.

“Respect is two way, you may be in power today and tomorrow you are out,” the driver who fell victim to the politician’s dis(honourable) behavior posted on social media.

Still with the taxi drivers, a woman of Asian origin is accused of being a nuisance to the group.

Drivers who spoke to The Grapevine say that the elderly lady always beg for money, claiming that her car is running out of fuel and she has no cash.

She mostly targets motorists in posh residential areas such as Kileleshwa and Westlands and also malls.

Interestingly the said woman has been in the ‘businesses of begging for fuel for over two years, and she does it from morning to evening.

The drivers now want to be protected from special beggar who is making a kill from the sweat of the hardworking Kenyans.

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