In Summary
  • Jaguar promised never to fight another leader but concentrate on serving Starehe resident.

  • Fought in Parliament in front of journalists.

  • But he and MP Benjamin Mwangi said they would take on Babu if he continues disrespecting President Kenyatta.

Starehe MP Charles Njagua, popularly known as Jaguar, has apologised for Tuesday’s public scuffle with Embakasi East MP Paul Ongili.

Mr Njagua and Mr Ongili, popularly known as Babu Owino, fought within the precincts of Parliament.


Mr Njagua asked the public, particularly the people of Starehe, to forgive him and promised never to be involved in such scuffles.

“I want to apologise to the public and the people of Starehe for what happened because I know they never elected me to fight but to work for them,” he said at a press conference in Parliament Buildings on Wednesday.

On Tuesday, Mr Njagua and Embakasi Central MP Benjamin Mwangi accosted Mr Ongili in Parliament’s press room and exchanged blows over the legitimacy of President Uhuru Kenyatta.

The two promised to teach Mr Ongili a lesson for disrespecting the President.


Mr Njagua said Mr Ongili is his friend.

He said he confronted Mr Ongili but he had not planned a fight.

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