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Moses Kuria’s demeaning statement on Murang’a County about free donation backfires

Gatundu South legislator Moses Kuria yesterday night took a swipe at the Murang’a County government following their decision to go for free oxygen at the Devki companies with demeaning remarks.

The legislator detailed the billions of money received from the National government by the Wa Iria-led County and what it would cost to establish an own plant.

In what appears as a further mockery to the County he added that the recently passed BBI would increase the allocation of more resources to the County.

“I saw Muranga County trucks at Devki to receive free oxygen.

It costs Ksh 14 Million to set up a hospital-level oxygen plant and Ksh 100 Million to set up a Countywide plant. Muranga receives close to Ksh 7B every year. BBI will bring more money to our counties. Hail Devolution!” Wrote Moses Kuria.

His words were not taken so kindly by Netizens who were quick to respond to his post attacking the County government.

” The fact that the county government has enough money to set up oxygen plants doesn’t mean it should not accept donations of the oxygen for free….”Molah Mola replied.

“You’re searching for any slight connection to soil BBI. We’re highly leveraged now, what have you done in Parliament to cushion Kenyas? NOTHING!” Evans Brown Interjected.

“Kumira kumira is a wise saying that acts like a double-edged sword. Eat your tomatoes silently we too are eating ours…” Eddy Pepe Santu.

Cale Bwosiemo “Misplaced priorities as usual, not Murang’a county alone but the whole jubilee system should be disbanded including yours truly Moses K.and go home .”

“Ndindi Nyoro, See the insults by your fellow Tanga tanga. You are doing zero in health while Kuria is doing 100%.” Njawo Njawo.

“If only you Could yap in the parliament the same way you do here on social media, Kenyans would smile past this pandemic…but now look at yourself, keyboard Mp” Kevin Karanja Prince.

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Written by Fred Orido

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