Raila is welcome in the neighborhood, according to Kuria, but he should alert his comrades of certain renegade conduct.
Kuria said that two Azimio officials from the region, Joyce Ngugi and Njinji Murugi, destroyed a banner for a UDA party candidate before Raila's planned visit to the area.
Kuria has been on the receiving end of some unprintable insults directed at the former prime minister in recent weeks.
The Mount Kenya MP has urged all Mount Kenya residents not to support Raila Odinga because of a purported pledge taken decades ago.
Nonetheless, because he has the support of President Uhuru Kenyatta, Raila has received support from Mount Kenya elders who have accompanied him on his tour of the vote-rich region.
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