In a note to Karen Divisional Criminal Investigations Officer marked “Alleged assault involving a VIP”, the Senator claims that his wife, Ann Wetang'ula, became furious and pounced on him after he accused her of cheating, on the night of February 18 at their residence in Karen.
“At around 1830hrs, Hon Moses Wetang’ula, a resident of Mahugu Court on Karabon Road in Nairobi, also came to the station and reported having been assaulted by his wife on February 18, 2016 at around 9.30pm at their home in Karen," read the statement in part.
The Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) principal recorded the assault with the police on 21st February, just six hours after his wife Ann had also reported to Langata police station, on the same claims of being assaulted by her husband (Wetang'ula).
The senator is reported to have sustained injuries leading to small swelling on the left side of his scalp, soft tissue injuries on the chest, wrist, elbow and ankle which appeared to have been caused by a blunt object.
On the other hand, Ms Wetangula also alleged to have sustained injuries in the head, chest, legs and hand from the assault.
Wetang'ula was issued with a P3 form as a testimony for the injuries after being treated and discharged from the Karen Hospital where his wife had also been reportedly treated and discharged.
Police are currently investigating the alleged domestic brawl.