Machakos senator rushed to ICU after a night with Wote woman

A past photo of Machakos Senator Boniface Kabaka. (Photo credit - Courtesy)

Machakos Senator Boniface Kabaka was Friday rushed to ICU after complaining of a headache while in the company of a woman from Wote at an apartment in Elgeyo Marakwet Road, Kilimani Nairobi.

The Senator’s wife reported the incident at Kilimani police station under OB 84/04/12/2020 that she received a report from the Senator’s PA Isaac Muinde that he had been rushed to Nairobi Hospital and admitted at the ICU.

“She went to the said Hospital accompanied by other family members among them her co-wife namely Vascoline Katanu Kabaka where she established that the Senator was brought by paramedics after falling sick while in an apartment along Elgeyo Marakwet Road within Kilimani. ” a police report at the station read.

After reporting to the police, they visited the scene and they found out that the Machakos senator reported to the apartment in the company of a woman from Wote, Makueni county – Esther Mulu.

According to the police some perishables and drugs were found at the scene and have been taken to the Government chemist for analysis. Esther has since been interrogated at the police station while the senator is still in the ICU.

A statement from the family however contradicted the police report. The family said that the senator was having a drink in Kilimani and he requested an ambulance after feeling unwell.

They said that doctors suspected a case of blood clot affecting his nervous system and he is still in the theatre.

“Those who know senator Kabaka know him to be a gentleman of high moral standing whose integrity is above reproach and unimpeachable. We urge you to ignore the fake and malicious rumors being spread by some petty, callous, and heartless political enemies to malign the good name of the senator while he is helpless and fighting for his dear life.” The statement by the family read in part.

The Machakos senator had just recovered from Covid-19 a few weeks back.

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