Sunday, 17 July 2016

Senator Wetangula rubbishes 'beatings' rumours


Julia Majale 4 hours ago 18789
– Bungoma Senator Moses Wetangula has responded to the rumors on social media that he was beaten again by his wife.
– He termed the statements malicious saying he will not be distracted from his goals
Kenyans on Twitter on Thursday, July 14 took to social media lashing out at him for his ‘insensitive’ remarks on Kapenguria attack.
The tweet posted on his page seems to insinuate that rescue forces were incapable of handling the siege at Kapenguria police station by saying Rescue forces have rushed to the scene with Rungus’.
Social media users using the hashtag #WetangulaBeatenAgain went abuzz airing out their thoughts.
The Bungoma Senator has also taken to social media to respond to the ‘naysayers’ saying the purpoted rumours are malicious and will not make him stray away from his goals.
He rubbished the rumors saying such stories are bound to be concocted if you are in the public and in political competition.
The hashtag was derived from a previous incident where the Senator reportedly was beaten by his wife Ann Wetangula, the two even separately reported the assault at a police station.
This is the post which has caused the backlash;
On Thursday, July 14 a police officer went ‘berserk’ killing seven police officers at Kapenguria police station, West Pokot county. The siege was contained after an-eight-hour battle by security officers.

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