Following reports of a fight at Makueni County Assembly on Tuesday, some Members of the County Assembly (MCAs) have come out to speak about the incident.

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At a burial ceremony in Yekanga on Friday, Mavindini MCA Jonathan Kimongo accused the media of covering the story biasedly.

Kimongo claimed that the media did not bother to find the other side of the story from the alleged perpetrator Julius Tangai who is also an MCA.

"Media guys who covered the story should up their game. They reported that MCA Wambua had been assaulted yet they never got the other side of the story from Tangai," noted the MCA. 

Wote/Nziu MCA Felix Mateso, on the other hand, denied that there was a fight at the assembly. 

"Fight, I did not see any fight; if there are people who saw a fight for me I saw nothing," said Mateso. 

Katonzweni and Kithuki MCAs Francis Mutungi and Ken Mutuku respectively however admitted that there were fights but noted that "they are normal".

On Tuesday, Wiper Nominated MCA Albans Mutuku was rushed to Rapha hospital after he sustained injuries on his hand after engaging in a fist fight with Kasikeu MCA Julius Tangai.

The two fought over Makueni Woman Representative Rose Museo's remarks about nominated MCAs being sidelined in house operations.

Her remarks had elicited mixed reactions in the assembly as elected ones told her to quit issuing uninformed criticism.

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