Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has confessed he does not mean the personal insults he usually directs at ODM leader Raila Odinga. While speaking during NTV’s AM Live show, Kuria said Raila is his bosom friend and they can meet anytime he wants.
” I don’t fault Anne Waiguru for meeting Raila. He is my friend, I meet him any time I want. What is said on podiums remain there,” Kuria said.
The MP, who has become very critical of President Uhuru lately also weighed in on the BBI report and said that the report should be implemented so that the nation can move forward.
He reiterated that he is fully behind the report, adding that time has come for the nation to address the issue of the economy.
“We are very supportive of the BBI. But, we want it done and dusted so that we can move to other things. The economy is the most important thing,” he said.
The lawmaker also said that he has nothing against the contents of the report, adding that it will have a positive impact on the lives of Kenyans upon implementation.
“But there is nothing harmful in it either” he added.
The implementation of the BBI report has caused a storm in the nation. Deputy President William Ruto allies wanted the report implemented in parliament and other levels of government but later changed their tune.