Moses Kuria Hits Back at Mutahi Ngunyi

Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria has hit back at Political Analyst Mutahi Ngunyi who had recently conducted a controversial poll on Twitter.

Ngunyi put up a poll on Monday evening suggesting that the Gikuyu, Embu, Meru Association (GEMA) was being auctioned off by Deputy President William Ruto.

The poll asked users what the next course of action should be now that the GEMA community is up for grabs. More than 56% of the 18,000 votes chose to surrender and accept that Ruto was won.

Moses Kuria responded to the poll saying that the GEMA community is tired of people blaming them for their political choices. He added that the community has willingly decided to support DP Ruto and that they would fight for their honour and dignity.

We are just tired of people begrudging us for our choices. Thrice we made a decision to support Kibaki 100% in ‘97, ‘02 and ‘07. No one had an issue with that. Twice we made a decision to support Uhuru Kenyatta 100% in ‘13 and ‘17. We were angels then. Kenyans have been saying that GEMA can not suppprt another tribe. Willingly and without being forced they have settled on William Ruto. I even offered myself as a candidate but GEMA people told me its time to support another tribe. So what have we done wrong to deserve being called stupid? I thought we deserve bouquets not barbs for supporting a person from another tribe. We are staring at a major uprising, nay, revolution in GEMA Nation. We better die on our feet rather than live on our knees. They disrespected our fathers who fought for indipendence. We will fight for our honour and our dignity. Look at the demolitions in Kariobangi and Ruai all meant to pave way for foolish unbridled wealth accumulation. How much more can we swallow without rising up? Enough is enough

Moses Kuria

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