The Kenyan Senate was on Wednesday, November 28, turned into a ”market” after a number of Senators turned against the deputy Senate speaker over his sexually suggestive remark.
The whole melee was sparked by a slip of the tongue by deputy speaker Kithure Kindiki who accidentally missed to pronounce Senator Millicent Omanga’s name well, ending up calling her ”Kukumanga”.
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The term rubbed countless Senators the wrong way and off the handle they went with many including Senator Gideon Moi, Omanga herself and Kipchumba Murkomen demanding clarification from the deputy speaker over the same.
Following the minor mishap, the whole house was thrown into a circus mode with some senators pulling all manner of jokes on the word ”Kukumanga”.
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TUKO.co.ke understands ”Kukumanga” is pomegranate fruit which is at times used to boost libido.
In Swahili, ”Kukumanga” can loosely been translated to ”having copulation with someone”.
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Well, it is because of the two different meaning of the word that Senators wanted to hear the deputy speaker’s explanation on why he used the word, be it a slip of the tongue or not.
Kindiki found himself at crossroads with the ”Kukumanga” word while trying to call the house to order.
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