Sabina Chege goes after twitter user in nasty exchange

The MP silenced the tweep in a single reply.

She went hard on a man who seemingly cyberbullied her over her ongoing saga with a suspected conman, Wazir Chacha.

It all started when Ms Chege tweeted a photo of herself flanked by several people during a tree planting initiative at the county.

“Murang’a goes green. Mashinani Maneno’s,” she tweeted.

A twitter user, identified as Roman, asked later: “Kau nî Chacha kehau kana nî maitho ndîraira?” Translated to: “Is that Chacha or are my eyes deceiving me?”

She responded: “Uria nyukwa.”

Loosely translated: “Ask your mother.”

Wazir Chacha the tweep was referring to is a 23-year-old man who has been accused of having love affairs with over 13 female MPs in addition to conning them hundreds of thousands of shillings.

Ms Chege, however, denied any contact with the man, who has since been detained by police.

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