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He Is Back! Moses Kuria Resurfaces, Sends Uhuru Strong Message [VIDEO]

Clinton KE

Oct. 29, 2020

Outspoken Gatundu South legislator Moses Kuria resurfaced on Thursday, October 29 with a strong message to President Uhuru Kenyatta regarding the state of the nation.
According to the MP, things are not that well in the country currently siting the chaos that were witnessed at Kenol in Murang'a County where two people lost their lives.
"I can sense some smell of what is coming from the ground on what is coming and I want to tell Kenyans that its not a good smell, the ambers of 2007/08. What happened at Kenol the other day should be something that should frighten each one of us," the legislator warned.
He further pleaded with the President to cancel his planned retreat to Naivasha with ODM Party leader Raila Odinga as it would plunge the country deeper into a divided state.
As for the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI), Kuria repeatedly expressed his desire to see the report sail through uncontested, arguing that if taken to the ballot, the country would plunge into chaos.
He went on to reveal that Deputy President William Ruto was under a lot of pressure from his team to turn up at the Bomas of Kenya on October 26, and announce that he would be leading a 'No to the referendum' movement.
However, according to the vocal MP, DP Ruto opted to get on board with the initiative to avoid any possible conflict among Kenyans based on the BBI.
Interestingly, the Gatundu South MP said that the DP's followers from across the country do not belong to the ruling Jubilee Party, nor any other political party.
This was his reason for asking the President to cancel his planned retreat with the former Prime Minister, as the DP's team would not be represented.
"Saying a meeting between the two is all-inclusive because one is from ODM and the other from the Jubilee Party would be a lie. You know very well that the millions of Kenyan who support Ruto do not belong to any political party and it is high time that they are recognized as such," he asserted.
His message comes even as Deputy President William Ruto plans for a three-day tour in the Mt Kenya region over the weekend. Kuria is a strong supporter of the DP.
Meanwhile, Jubilee Vice-chairperson David Murathe has accused the Tanga Tanga’s agenda wing of the party of radicalising youth from the Mt Kenya region in the name of empowering them.
Murathe on Thursday questioned a narrative by Ruto that he was empowering youth and women as he crisscrossed Mt Kenya region.
“The only question people are raising is, is it only Mt Kenya that needs harambees? Are Mt Kenya youth the only ones that need empowerment?” he posed.
Murathe maintained that the DP had camped in the region and not bothered to empower youth in his own backyard.
“When did you last hear the Deputy President going to Eldoret or to Nandi or the larger Rift valley to empower women or deal with boda boda riders from his backyard?” Murathe wondered.
He accused the DP of juxtaposing the rich and the poor, hustlers versus dynasties saying this was a remedy for chaos and the re-invention of the outlawed Mungiki outfit.
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