- The MCAs accused Speaker Elachi of abuse of office, divisive leadership and disrespecting other office holders in the assembly.
- The police were forced to lob teargas inside the assembly to disperse the MCAs.
- The MCAs also had with them a court order suspending the appointment Edward Gichana as the clerk of the assembly.
One of the Nairobi MCAs who were among those who stormed Speaker Elachi’s office on Tuesday morning in an effort serve her an impeachment motion has reportedly suffered a miscarriage after clashing with police officers who brutally manhandled her.
According to Nominated Senator, Millicent Omanga, the MCA was beaten up by four police officers causing her to miscarriage.
She is currently hospitalized at a Nairobi hospital as doctors continue to monitor her condition.
A scuffle ensued for the second time at the County Assembly after MCAs allied to Nairobi Governor Made good use of their threats to impeach the speaker.
They stormed the Speaker’s office with the motion signed by 59 MCAs.
However, Speaker Elachi notified police officers who later were forced to lobby teargas canisters to disperse the members from the assembly chambers.
The MCAs also had with them a court order suspending the appointment Edward Gichana as the clerk of the assembly.
Elachi locked herself in her office as the police prevented the MCAs from accessing the Speaker’s office.
Senator Omanga has accused Elachi of using the police to settle her own political scores with the MCAs.
” An MCA has a miscarriage and the IG should and must tell us who gave the order for the police to storm the County Assembly, ” Omanga stated.