Speaking for the first time over the incident, the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) lawmaker revealed that the choppers also damaged maize farms within the constituency during landing as well as take off.
“Your mighty helicopters left a trail of damage in our farms, especially near Kanjaai Primary School where your helicopters landed. You were born there. Please repair the roofs you blew up and the maize crops you destroyed.
“The student who got injured is your neighbor,” she stated.
The MP, however, neither gave more details about the identity of the injured student nor the extent of the injury during the June 17 visit.
The MP also complained that she was denied entry into the Head of State’s briefing room prior to his address at the Farmer’s Field Day.
Wamuchomba added that she was also not allowed to take photos alongside the Head of State and his entourage despite being the host.