• A crowd is seen shouting at Jaguar, with words to chase him away from the polling station located in Starehe Constituency.
Starehe MP Charles Kanyi alias Jaguar faced the wrath of residents on Thursday after an angry mob heckled him, asking him to leave the polling station.
In a video on social media, a crowd is seen shouting at Jaguar, with words to chase him away from the polling station located in Starehe Constituency.
He could be seen being supported out of the polling station by a group that accompanied him.
In 2017, Jaguar was caught in the same situation where he was caught crying after losing in the party nominations. At the time he was vying on a Jubilee ticket.
The artist turned politician said he could not negotiate his position at the time with veteran politician Maina Kamanda.
Jaguar was spotted on camera shedding off tears and wiping them uncontrollably.
This was after it was learnt that he would probably be forced to enter into a negotiation with the veteran politician to reach a consensus on the contested Starehe Jubilee primaries he claims he won.
The artist claimed that Kamanda has been sending proxies to compel him into a negotiation table to reach to an agreement.
Jaguar however insisted he won the election and was not willing to enter into negotiations with the Starehe MP.
“We are not stupid ."Tangu lini wazee wakaanza kuwaibia watoto wao? Na kama anasema mimi ni mtoto wake basi aniheshimu,” Jaguar asked
Just recently Jaguar was booed during a campaign trail at Muthurwa market.
Jaguar who was ushered to the podium to address a crowd in Muthurwa market was met with resistance from a section of the crowd who resoundingly showed gestures disproving his bid.
The MP was forced to rush his speech through amidst chants that were in favour of his opponent Simon Mbugua.
“Mimi sitasema maneno mengi...Mungu awabariki,” Jaguar said amidst the heckling.
It is not clear whether Jaguar will win this time or not, all we can do is to wait and see.