Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria yesterday set the internet on fire following his hilarious comment on the Jubilee party preparations ahead of the July 15th Kiambaa by-elections.
In what appears to the MP as a dead on arrival move, the vocal legislator likened the ongoing preparations as a funeral committee working tirelessly to give the party a decent send off in the mini polls.
Taking to his Facebook account the Tanga Tanga legislator detailed the anticipated scenario in a funny yet serious message as below.
“Ahead of the burial of the late Jubilee in Kiambaa, the funeral Committee is meeting daily at the Karen home of its Secretary General. Burial is set for 15th July. It is well with my vote”
This comes after the Jubilee party secretary general Raphael Tuju, deputy chairman David Murathe yesterday met at a Karen hotel in the in the company of other ODM leaders.
The move has since been digested to be a discussion about the partnership between the ruling party and its handshake partner the ODM.
His sentiments elicited mixed reactions as friends and followers camped on his post with the below comments.
Vickie Blessing: “Kiambaa people are wise ! They have no issues with the president or any political party ! All they want is a leader who has their welfare at heart ! That’s why they will support and vote Kariri Njama as the MP because they believe in him !”
Delande KE: “Kunia???Resign and seek fresh mandate c u have own party….Bunge utaionea viusasa for years”
Francis Nyaga: “Wanjiku doesn’t care whether your party wins,,,,she needs a capable, transparent and accountable leader,,,,usituuzie uoga”
Nancy Muthoni: “Mind about pep….big agenda of murathe was to Chase someone in jubilee n be the end of it”
Phil Munda Nyakwar Munda: “Let them do their thing, concentrate on strengthening your PE party,,, having one mp is not the end of the world”
Carol Karendi Alhajj: “You forget so easily boss, you are in parliament through Jubilee ticket not PEP or UDA. Just resign from Jubilee and get fresh mandate from your people with PEP ticket if you are a man enough.”
Erick Ndonga: “You play too much!. Reducing yourself into some blogger. As a leader you must be objective and act like one…”
Martin Oloo: “If Jubilee dies, all people elected in that ticket should do the honourable thing, seek fresh mandate. Otherwise they will be receiving public funds illegally “