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Moses Kuria deletes controversial midnight message hours after protests rocked Gatundu South

Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria yesterday night took to social media, delving into politics just a few hours after protests rocked his Gatundu South constituency.

Residents of the constituency took to the streets to protest against the insults spewed by Emurua Dikir lawmaker Johana Ngeno who roped in the president and his family.

Taking to Facebook, Kuria wrote: “Finally the BBI report will be received and released to the public this Friday 11 September. Wacha tuone iko nini ndani”.

The post elicited mixed reactions with comments coming in thick and fast. Kuria however pulled down the post from his account moments later for unknown reasons.

It remains unknown when the report will be released.

The post came hours after hundreds of demonstrators, mainly women and boda boda riders poured into the street singing protest songs in the Gikuyu dialect, carrying twigs and anti Sudi and Ng’eno plackards. They said that they are disappointed with Sudi and Ng’eno utterances and warned them of abusing parents.

“Tunataka kuseema tumekasirika, wakati umeguza mtoto, umeguza mama. Tumekuja kuwaambia Sudi na Ng’eno tumekasirika kwasababu hata nyinyi mko na wazazi na hatuwezi kusema siasa itengenishe wazazi wetu na hiyo hatutakubali,” one of the demonstrators stated.

“So tunataka kusema hivi Wakati Mama Ngina Kenyatta alipowachwa na mume wake, alirudi nyumbani kuenda kulea watoto wake, hatujawahi kumwona hata wakati moja akiwania kiti chochote cha kisiasa. So tunasikia vibaya tukimwona akiingizwa kwa mambo ya siasa akitusiwa akiambiwa mambo hayana msingi,” she added

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