Ganze MP Teddy Mwambire has distanced himself from media reports doing rounds that he was among a group of 6 legislators who got into a fight with a South Sudanese national at an upmarket bar in Kilimani popular with Kenyan MPs last week.
This was after media reports stated that the MPs had to draw guns at Cedar bar in Kilimani where they were having drinks after a South Sudanese puffed out cigarette smoke towards Alego Usoga MP Sam Atandi’ s eyes.
Atandi was allegedly in the company of Mwambire , Ayub Savula of Lugari, Oscar Sudi of Kapseret, Asman Kamana of Tiaty and Kimilili Mp Dismus Barasa.
The media reports stated that the South Sudanese national who claimed to be a powerful PS in South Sudan threw a beer bottle at Sudi’s direction who luckily ducked it prompting three of the MP ’s bodyguards to brandish their guns.
Savula was even quoted saying that the South Sudanese national had started the fight prompting him to intervene to save his colleague.
However, an angered Mwambire has claimed that he was not even in Nairobi on the material day and neither does he drink nor smoke.
Mwambire who is now threatening to sue the publication that ran the story further said that he has never gone out with the Mps mentioned in the publication.
“Though I am fully aware of my colleagues, We have never spent our free time together since our election on 8/8/2017, “ Mwambire wrote.