Three MCAs were injured on Tuesday after engaging in a fight at the Kisii County Assembly.
Police officers were forced to intervene to stop the fight in the house.
Those who were injured include Magret Atina (Nominated MCA), James Anyona ( MCA Masimba) and Amos Onderi ( MCA Boochi Tendere) who received treatment and later released.
The fight broke after two factions one which supports ousted speaker David Kombo and another that doesn’t support the speaker.
Ousted speaker David Kombo has moved to court to stop his impeachment by the Kisii County Assembly.
“We had planned to conduct house business as outlined in the order paper today, among them conduct elections of the speaker when police raided the assembly and clobbered a number of us. Already three of our colleagues are here seeking treatment in hospital,” said Sensi Ward MCA Paul Angwenyi.
Boochi Borabu MCA Samuel Onuko and who presided over the impeachment proceedings said Kombo was dismissed without following the law.
MCAs who support the speaker say that the court ruling which degazetted the early gazette notice which had okayed the impeachment of the speaker has since been withdrawn.
“The orders are very clear which has stopped the gazettement, the same can only be made null and void by review of the same court,” said Zablon Mokua, Chief Whip Minority.
By Shadrack Mogaka