Nairobi Woman Representative Esther Passaris was on Wednesday embroiled in a fierce exchange of words with city lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi alias 'Grand Mullah' on Twitter.
The two traded words over opposition leader Raila Odinga's push for changes to the Constitution, to among other things introduce Prime Minister post and a three-tier system of government.
"On the raging debate on constitutional reforms I am 100% with DP Ruto," Ahmednasir said via Twitter.
"We can't agitate 24 hours non-stop for constitutional reforms simply to improve the future political fortunes of individuals who have perennially failed to win the popular mandate," Ahmednasir said.
However, Ms Passaris was quick to fire back at the lawyer, accusing him of lying during the holy month of Ramadhan.
"Failed to win? Really? A man of your intellect, during the month of Ramadhan, cannot pretend to be oblivious to the fact that our country electoral body did not conduct #FreeFairCredibleElections. It's a fact known by both sides of the divide," she said.
It didn't stop there, Ahmednasir asked the first time MP to tell Kenyans if she fairly won the Woman Representative seat. "Yes. During this auspicious month, we are expected to be truthful with ourselves and others," Passaris answered back.
She added: "Any other month I can excuse that which I cannot change but during this Holy Month I can aspire to instil the importance of honest reflection."
The lawyer told Passaris that truth in their religion doesn't matter which month it is and maintained his stand on the push for referendum.
"It is a cardinal religious duty 24 hours. And my tweet is the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. Constitutional amendments to serve temporal and transient needs of individuals are bogus...very bogus," he said.