A war of words has erupted between controversial Kikuyu singer Muigai wa Njoroge and Murang’a woman representative Sabina Chege after the musician accused the MP of hypocrisy.

Through a video shared on Facebook and YouTube, Muigai addressed the raging debate about mothers, saying all women should be accorded the same respect.

He, however, took issue with politicians calling on women to protest saying that they were doing so for selfish political reasons.

According to The Star Sabina hit back telling Muigai to wear a skirt or pick on his own gender and not women,

“Let him deal with his fellow men or put on a skirt then I will engage him as my peer,” she said.

“Are we the only ones who spoke? And why do men find it easy to attack women instead of engaging men?”



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