Moses Kuria’s scathing remarks after being attacked on KTN

Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria yesterday took to social media with scathing remarks about his yester life, following an attack by his former fellow on KTN.

Venting on Facebook, Moses stated that the former fellow drunkard had attacked him on KTN, and he will only respond to his attacks after the Juja mini polls.

“I hear my former fellow drunkard has attacked me on KTN. Yes, I got saved but am still me. I will respond after the Juja by election. Ciirigithagia aturi cikimenyaga no iriturwo”Wrote Moses Kuria.

His words coincided with the Jubilee party Deputy Chairman David Murathe’s visit of the KTN station for an interview.

During his interview, the former Gatanga legislator stated that Kuria is among the targets in the next party purge owing to his recent conduct.

The ruling Jubilee party is once again whispered to be on in-house cleaning mission weeding out perceived rebels within the outfit owing to their stand on the recent and current happenings, with Kuria and others targeted.

Kuria the ardent DP Ruto supporter is accused of going against the party ideals in campaigning for a rival candidate in the upcoming Juja mini polls.

The lawmaker as been on the record campaigning for the People’s Empowerment Party (PEP) candidate George Koimburi contrary to the party’s pick Susan Munyua.

During the address, Murathe stated that discipline is very key in every setting and should Kuria be found guilty then he could be expelled from the Jubilee party.

“We have asked the Jubilee disciplinary committee to take up the matter and summon him to answer to the accusations. If he is culpable, we will remove him from the party through expulsion; we must retain discipline in our party,” said Murathe.

The move comes shortly after the party successfully ousted wayward Senator Isaac Mwaura replacing him with former Samburu Senator Sammy Leshore. 

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