Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has strongly come out to defend interior cabinet secretary Fred Matiangi, in a bitter Facebook rant, Kuria told off DP Ruto's pointman Nyali MP Mohammed Ali for bringing an impeachment motion against him. Kuria said it was a bad decision and bad timing.
Kuria said the time was not right asking the camp to focus on the upcoming general election and ways of ensuring that it is delivered free and fair. He added that if indeed Matiangi was incompetent as the TangaTanga camp says, his impeachment would have made sense a year ago.
" It is not time for unnecessary distractions like the energy-sapping and bound-to-fail motion of impeachment against CS Fred Matiangi which would have made more sense a year ago than today. Let's focus. There is hardly any time left," he said.
The fightback by Kuria comes barely a day after William Ruto's Kisii ally Sylvanus Osoro came out strongly to defend his brother Fred Matiangi. Osoro said the impeachment motion was not blessed by the DP.
"I may not agree with my brother Dr.Matiang'i on several lines of thought which is normal, but above everything else, he is my brother and am his home MP. I have gone through the impeachment grounds fronted by Hon.MOHA this morning and I must say I am DISAPPOINTED. Tuwache siasa duni.LET MATIANG'I be. If you consider him a 'dog', then know that the dog has its owners na ni sisi," said Osoro.
With the fightback from inside, William Ruto should trade carefully in the last months before elections as a little disagreement will scatter his camp.
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