Mt Kenya Politician Beaten & Hospitalised for Supporting Gachagua


Mt Kenya Politician Beaten & Hospitalised for Supporting Gachagua

In a shocking turn of events at the launch of the Kiambaa Technical Institute in Kiambu County, chaos ensued as Member of County Assembly (MCA) David Mwaura found himself at the receiving end of a brutal attack by a group of enraged youths.

The incident, which unfolded on Monday, has once again brought to the forefront the contentious debate surrounding the one man one vote one shilling revenue sharing formula, propelling the region into a state of unrest.

Mwaura, a vocal supporter of Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua’s advocacy for the revenue sharing formula, was viciously assaulted for his stance on the issue.


The altercation erupted amidst a gathering of leaders and members of the public, with tensions running high over differing opinions on the proposed formula.

The Deputy President’s persistent advocacy for the formula has drawn criticism from various quarters, sparking heated debates across the political landscape.

While Gachagua argues that the formula is a fair means of resource distribution, opponents, including leaders from the Mt. Kenya region, view it as a divisive measure that threatens national unity.

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The assault on Mwaura underscores the deep-seated divisions within the political sphere, with conflicting ideologies driving a wedge between leaders and constituents alike.

As the fallout from the incident reverberates throughout the county, calls for unity and dialogue have intensified, with leaders urging for a more inclusive approach to addressing the underlying grievances.

As Mwaura recuperates from his injuries, the ramifications of the attack serve as a stark reminder of the volatile nature of Kenyan politics, where differing viewpoints can often lead to violent confrontation.

In the wake of this disturbing incident, the path to reconciliation and consensus remains uncertain, leaving the future of the revenue sharing debate hanging in the balance.

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Mt Kenya Politician Beaten & Hospitalised for Supporting Gachagua



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