TV cancels interview after two MPs clash
11 May 2016, 14:49
Nairobi - A TV interview was on Tuesday morning cancelled after two MPs clashed on air.
The two Gatunda South MP and his Kibra counterpart Ken Okoth differed sharply on air where their confrontation degenerated in a shouting match forcing directors of the program to bring it to an abrupt end.
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The two had been hosted at Citizen TV morning interview by the veteran Mutegi Njau, however, their political differences played out too strongly that they failed to pitch a meaningful debate over issues.
Okoth, who is a member of the opposition accused Moses Kuria and his party TNA which is part of the ruling coalition of waging a war against women. Okoth claimed the government was behind the recent defeat of gender bill.
Moses Kuria in a rejoinder accused Okoth of habouring venom instead of dealing with 'slum tourism'to set his people free.
It is at that moment that their host was forced to embarrassingly call off the interview.
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