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Moses Kuria Scolds Uhuru and Raila Odinga – Video

Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has struck a comeback in the political scenes months after getting hospitalized with Covid-19.

The outspoken MP who is also synonymous with hate speech accompanied DP William Ruto who was touring Meru county on the Saturday of October 17. The team was in the county for what they called an ’empowerment’ tour, the DP together with the infantries advancing the ‘hustler nation’ ideology.

It is in the rally that Moses Kuria made his first public appearance since he was discharged from the Karen Hospital where he had been admitted following his contraction of the Covid-19 virus.

Hon. Kuria indirectly lashed at President Kenyatta accusing him of troubling his deputy since the beginning of their second term in 2018. Kuria said the Jubilee government had performed during its first term, the second term being marred by betrayal and unnecessary politicking -handshake in the picture- thus hindering the agenda the government had had.

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He insinuated that Uhuru has failed and that only Ruto can revive the lost glory.

“I was in the previous house. We only worked between 2013 and 2017. From 2018 to now there is nothing tangible born of the government,” Moses Kuria said.

He also accused the government of allowing looting to take place in the treasury.

About 2022, Kuria wondered how Uhuru would accept to leave the seat to Raila who is older than him given the country’s presidents have been succeeded by people way younger than them.

“Mzee Kenyatta left it to Moi who was younger than him, Moi left it to Kibaki who was younger than him, Kibaki left it to Uhuru who is younger than him, how then should he (Uhuru) leave to someone older than him?” Kuria wondered.

He went on asking ODM leader Raila Odinga to retire from the country’s politics if he is to receive any respect deserving of a statesman.

Also read; Why Raila Should Be President

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