Gatundu south member of Parliament Moses Kuria is at it once again crying foul after his subsequent interview previously scheduled with Eric Latif of KTN and spice FM was cancelled.
Kuria’s interview with Eric was to take place today but was shelved at the last minute with the lawmaker blaming Baringo Senator Gideon Moi for the move.
Kuria took to social media telling those with the intention to interview him to first consult with ODM Party leader Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta to give them their approval to avoid disappointment.
The lawmaker claimed that the state has issued instructions to all media houses not to engage him in an interview or host him.
He has had numerous interviews cancelled and blamed all on the deeply connected people in the government.
“I really pray that Kenyans understand. I no longer seek for media interviews. My FB and Twitter pages are beyond that. Today my friend Eric Latif of KTN/Spice FM invited me for an interview tomorrow. I warned him that his boss Gideon Moi and his new boss will not allow this. He insisted. I published this invite here on this page.
“Now Gideon Moi has cancelled the show. It won’t happen. The state has issued instructions to all media houses not to host me. I love and respect all media professionals. For your own good DO NOT INTERVIEW ME. Seek prior approval from Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga before you do so. Do not waste your or my time” Kuria wrote.
This comes shortly after his first two interviews with the Standard’s Vivian Wandera, the inooro and Chamgei FM’s were cancelled in the last minute.
The interviews were intended for discuss the state of the nation, BBI and the Jubilee Party affairs.
He has been on the record castigating the media influence and their negative effects on his current and previous interviews, citing that they will soon be crying foul for media freedom and help from the very legislators they currently sabotage.