Western Bull Khalwale Kicked On The Face By Annoyed Host Gachoka

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Do not bite the hand that feeds you is the hard lesson vocal political aspirant Boni Khalwale has learnt after tackling KTN Point Blank host Tony Gichoka who was recently arrested for being drunkard disorderly.

Fresh in mourning of late wife Adelaine Khalwale who succumbed to cancer the western bull Khalwale returned from conducting a ritual ceremony in the mood for checking up on political opponents.

He ended up listing a number of demises and controversies the likes of powerful Odinga family and top journalist have been through in his absence.

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Ida Odinga, late Fidel Odinga’s wife Lwam Bekele and ODM leader Raila Odinga

The mention of Gachoka’s arrest did not rest well with host who has since clapped back by informing the former Kakamega senator Khalwale that  his name in Luhya means a “sick person“.

Boni was further reminded that the he has previously admitted on live television receiving sh 70, 000 from Gachoka for his re-election thus should be more mannerly while gloating the Deputy President William Ruto’s handouts.


Recently Gachoka who was set to board a Silverstone Air flight to Nairobi was unfortunately arrested at Diani Airstrip in Kwale County for causing disturbance after he was barred from boarding a plane with alcoholic drinks.

He reportedly became rowdy as he demanded to board the flight while carrying alcoholic drinks in hand and some in his bag, contrary to the airline’s rules and regulations.

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Tony Gachoka appears before court. PHOTO | FILE

He has defended himself saying he is on holiday and all Airports are guilty of serving drinks to customers in Kenya!

Boni on Saturday, October 19, performed the final ritual following the burial of his first wife, Adelaide Khalwale. On his social media pages he has since posted a video of villagers singing and dancing as they escorted a charged up bull for a planned match.

Politics has recently been blow for blow with leaders revealing their ugly sides in bitter online exchanges. Do you think these personal fights should be handled publicly?

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