Moses Kuria is one of the most controversial and extremely vocal leaders in the country. His nature has been landing him in trouble and as things seem to be, he may continue suffering for a longer period of time. That is because after staying for a period of time without being arrested, Kuria was arrested again yesterday at night.
It is reported that Moses Kuria was arrested with his troops. They were arrested in Karuri at Havilla Cornerstone Gardens at 9 pm on Monday with 19 others.
The Star Kenya stated that Moses Kuria and his group faced five charges which included consumption of alcohol, failing to maintain a physical distance, not wearing face masks, prohibition of gathering and contravening provisions of curfew.
In court Moses Kuria did the unthinkable which surprised many Kenyans and left them talking. That is because unlike other incidents where many people plead innocent, Moses Kuria and his group pleaded guilty of all their charges. They were each fined Sh75,000 each or eight months imprisonment in a forfeit.
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