Moses Kuria Explains Why Limuru Is More Symbolic And Iconic To the Kikuyu Nation Than Sagana
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While speaking Tuesday morning to Gerald Bitolk on the tackle, Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria has rubbished President Uhuru Kenyatta recent Sagana meetings. According to the Vocal legislator the President should have gone where it all started rather than taking the Community to a place owned by the State. The Gatundu South Legislator has Maintained that Sagana cannot replace Limuru. Kuria has insisted that Limuru is more symbolic and iconic to the Agikuyu Nation than Sagana.
"Sagana Cannot replace Limuru, Sagana is a seat of Power, Community is not somebody's property. Sagana is a State property. State cannot own property. That's the whole difference. If it was the time we had a say there, we would have told him to go back to Limuru. A civilian place, Sagana has guns. You think people talk there because of enjoyment, it's because of guns! When asked whether the BBI is ok, you look at the gun and say yes," said Moses Kuria.
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