Popular Kenyan singer turned Member of Parliament (MP) Charles Njagua alias Jaguar has apologized to Embakasi MP Babu Owino after an altercation at Parliament on Tuesday.
Speaking to the press at Parliament buildings, Jaguar offered an apology to Owino after engaging him on a fight at the August House.
Jaguar said that he had gone to speak to Babu but he turned violent and the scuffle escalated into a fist fight.
The Starehe MP however warned Owino that he would 'square-out' with him if he does not stop insulting President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Kenyans were treated to the drama after the two MPs went on each other’s necks at Parliament's media centre.
It is alleged that the brawl started after Owino called President Kenyatta a 'caretaker president', a position that was not taken lightly by Jaguar.
It took the intervention of their colleagues to separate the two as they bayed for each other’s blood over the contentious October 26 elections.