Gatundu MP Moses Kuria has broken his silence regarding Saturday, February 1 Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) meeting where he was roughed up and nearly kicked out of the meeting.
On a Facebook post hours after the incident, the MP lamented Kitui Governor Charity Ngilu and her Kiambu counterpart James Nyoro were behind his woes at the meeting.
“Charity Ngilu (A very close personal friend, it hurts), Dr James Nyoro and those in whose name violence was visited upon me, Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga. I forgive you. Father forgive them for they know not what they are doing,” Kuria wrote.
The legislator also slammed Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka for continuing to “sing praise and worship” to Raila despite having been “cheated thrice”
Charity Ngilu (A very close personal friend, it hurts), Dr James Nyoro and those in whose name violence was visited upon…
The controversial legislator urged Kenyans to brace for tough times on grounds as a cabal of politicians he did not mentioned pursued power.
“For Kalonzo Musyoka my friend, open your eyes man. Raila has cheated you thrice and you are still singing praise and worship. And to all Kenyans, fasten your seat belt. The determination by some people to transition to Executive Prime Minister is going to be vicious.”
The legislator thanked the people of Kitui for standing with him. In a video, doing rounds online, Kuria was roughed up by a band of youths and Ngilu and Nyoro cheered the youth.
The Kitui BBI popularisation rally was the fourth of its kind after the Kisii, Kakamega and Mombasa meetings.
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