NASA’s Gladys Wanga in trouble for using ‘matako’ on Uhuru

She has been summoned by NCIC over the slur

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Homa Bay Women Representative Gladys Wanga. PHOTO: CITIZENTV

A vocal Nasa politician has been summoned by the National Cohesion and Integration Commission(NCIC) over her recent verbal attack on President Uhuru Kenyatta during a Nasa rally in Dagoretti North on Monday, September 25 2017.

In the letter written on Wednesday, October 4, and addressed to Homa Bay County Women Representative Gladys Wanga, NCIC is asking the controversial politician to appear before the commission at their offices on Friday, October 6 2017 over the incident.

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The letter by NCIC summoning Homa Bay women rep over her slur against Uhuru Kenyatta. 1 of 2. /TWITTER

According to the two-page letter, the Francis Kaparo-led commission acted following complaints against Wanga’s ‘matako’ slur against Uhuru during the National Super Alliance meeting.

The letter seen by notes Wanga’s utterances, adding that she will be in contempt if she fails to appear before the commission on the said date which is today.

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“Tumeona Uhuru anamangamanga amelewa mbaka anajikuna matako hana heshima kwa Wakenya huyo, hana heshima ata kidogo. Anajikuna alafu anasalamia Ruto, wanaleta kipindupindu,” the letter quotes Wanga verbatim.

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This is coming just days after yet another controversial politician, Embakasi East Member of Parliament, Babu Owino, was arrested and arraigned for allegedly referring to President Uhuru Kenyatta as ‘Mtoto Wa Mbwa’.

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Babu Owino has since refuted the claims saying he did not refer to anyone by name. He spend a couple of nights behind bars anyways.

The first time legislator recently said in an interview that he was taken to a forest and forced to apologise to Uhuru Kenyatta while facing Mount Kenya while in incarceration.