Embakasi East MP Babu Owino’s promise to shave every part of Kandara MP Alice Wahome should she fail to respect President Uhuru Kenyatta and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga has attracted Nairobi Woman MP Esther Passaris’ fury.
Passaris tore into Babu Owino moments after his post went viral, telling him that he could only shave his wife and not a fellow legislator.
Passaris further reminded the youthful MP that he could as well shave any other woman without their explicit consent.
According to Passaris, any action to the contrary will be an act of defilement.
She expressed her disappointment with Babu Owino’s post, urging him to pull it down.
“Babu respect women. You can only shave your wife not a fellow legislator, or any other woman without their explicit consent. Any action to the contrary will be an act of defilement. I am extremely disappointed with this post. Pull it down. There’re boundaries we should not cross,” she posted.
Babu Owino made the post following recent attacks on Uhuru and Raila from Alice Wahome.
A few days ago, Wahome blasted Uhuru and Raila, arguing that they are working together to see Uhuru remain in power after his term comes to an end in 2022.
On Friday, she faced hostility at Kilimani police station. Could this be the shaving Babu Owino is referring to?
Well, Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro and Wahome are some of the legislators that were on Friday night teargassed while camping outside the Police Station.
They were waiting for detained Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria to be released on a Sh50,000 bond.
According to Nyoro, apart from the teargas, some of their motor vehicles have been smashed.
“They have teargassed us ruthlessly and smashed some of our vehicles inside Kilimani Police Station as we tried to have them obey a court order on Hon Moses Kuria’s release. Members of the press were not spared either. We are African and Africa is our Business…” Nyoro said.
Moses Kuria was arrested on Friday after a Kiambu woman identified as Joyce Wanja accused him of assaulting her in December 2019.
Senior principal magistrate Cheruiyot ordered for Moses Kuria’s release on a Sh50,000 bond.
This is the order the tanga tanga leaders wanted the police to obey.