The recent brawl in Ghana’s parliament is no longer the last in Africa. Kenyan parliament has also experienced on Wednesday, a fight among members of the National Assembly leading to suspension of John Mbadi, the minority leader.
Kenya’s National Assembly minority leader John Mbadi has indeed been suspended for five days after punching his fellow parliamentarian during debate.
This debate was on a controversial political parties amendment bill which seeks to change some aspects on coalition formation ahead of the general elections.
According to reports, the Deputy President William Ruto allied MPs were not in favor of the bill.
Source: News Agencies