Eat, Don’t Pay: MP Flee Hotel With Ksh7,000 Bill Unpaid
Kanduyi Member of Parliament Wafula Wamunyinyi on Monday, November 9 fled a Kisii restaunt without paying Ksh7,000 bill.
According to a report by The Star, Police had stormed the hotel in Ogembo where the Kanduyi MP was holding a party meeting, prompting him to flee the scene.
Wamunyinyi in a hurry to escape from the police officer left the unsettled bills in the eatery.
The MP is said to had deposited only Ksh7,000 of the required Sh14,000 as a down payment before the police on patrol stormed in minutes to the end of the function.
“We don’t have his contact and we are at a loss on how we are going to reach him so that he can settle bills for the food the members ate here,” a staffer at the hotel told The Star.
Wamunyinyi was reportedly meeting Ford Kenya party members and officials from Kisii and Nyamira counties at the restaurant along Kisii-Kilgoris road.
However, a brief altercation ensued between the MP and a police officer who then ordered that he accompany them to Ogembo police station to record a statement.
Wamunyinyi showed no sign to accompany the police officer took off into his car and drove away.
President Uhuru Kenyatta during his address to the nation last week, suspended all political gatherings for 60 days.
He ordered that gatherings can only be conducted in social halls and attendees equivalent to a third of the capacity are allowed to attend.