Mr Kassim, MP for Wajir East in north-jap Kenya, is accused of attacking Ms Gedi in the parliament developing car park just after confronting her about why she had not allocated cash to his space.
Male MPs then created enjoyment of their female counterparts in parliament more than the incident, MP Sabina Wanjiru Chege explained to BBC Concentration on Africa.
“Some of our male colleagues began mocking us and indicating it was slapping day,” she claimed.
Ms Chege extra that they reported “women of all ages needed to have manners” and “we have to have to know how to take care of gentlemen”.
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Woman MPs subsequently walked out of parliament, demanding the arrest of Mr Kassim, who was subsequently detained.
“We are all associates of parliament… we are no lesser than them,” Ms Chege said.
Mr Kassim has not commented on the incident.