Moses Kuria’s hilarious response to the by-election results elicits mixed reactions

Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria has taken the internet to a frenzy with a hilarious comment on the Performance of the People’s Development Party hours after the by elections.

The controversial legislator who has been known to be a staunch Deputy President William Ruto supporter and has been attending a number of his recent functions surprised netizens on his stand.

Taking to his Facebook earlier today, Kuria thanked the three candidates who contested the ward representative positions on the ticket while likening the mini polls to medaled competition.

The vocal legislator hailed the strength of the party for their performance while issuing a warning to other party’s in other upcoming by-elections.

“Thank you voters in London (Nakuru), Hells Gate (Nakuru) and Huruma (Uasin Gishu) . Though yesterday was clearly not our day, you gave us 3 bronze medals . Our strong team of candidates gave UDA and Jubilee a run for their money and emerged a strong third in all the 3 wards. And the elephant continues ikisonga mbele. We remain unbowed. See you on May 18 in Garissa, Juja, Rurii (Nyandarua) and Bonchari” Wrote Kuria.

His remarks however elicited mixed reactions from his fans and followers alike with a number of them commenting on it.

“There is no number 3 in elections! You lost terribly! Tanga Tanga lost terribly!

You’re the reason why Tanga Tanga lost!

I now understand why Ruto has not invited you for a crisis meeting in Karen.” Reacted Peter Mwangi.

“Moses, the only man who uses another mans money to campaign for his candidate while promising the other man that he will win….you can only rent these people but you cannot buy them!” Wainaina wa Gatitu.

Martha JM Miano wrote “Run for their money ni 1700 votes za London na huku kwingine mlichapwa kama burukenge…. ? Nie maya maundu…”

“We the people of Nyandarua are now ready to eat your money tau Tau and cast our votes to any Jubilee candidate ,welcome to Rurii ward .Come filled with enough shekeri” Opined Wanjiru Kingori.

“Thanks Tanga tanga movement diehards for concede and telling the naked truth. Most of Your followers don’t want to hear that.” Said Mark MKiragu.

Rodgers Mogaka Mogusu wrote “I am now beginning to believe you are an agent of dynasty in hustlers nation. You costed us in Hells gate now you are planning to cost us in Juja and Nyandarua. You are wrecking us from from within.”

“Mutha are you confirming UDA is not your party you are in a competition with Uliam

Weeeeell” Beatrice Macharia.

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Written by Fred Orido


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