Gatundu South member of parliament, Moses Kuria, has bounced back with a message to political leaders yearning for the presidential seat in 2022. The legislator has asked the politicians (especially Ruto and Raila) to maintain peace and disown violence at all costs.
Kuria has defended the deputy president over the acts of violence and chaos that have been rocking his campaigns especially when he tours Raila strongholds. Moses has said that Ruto has rights like any other Kenyan to campaign in all parts of the country be it Kondele or Kibra.
According to Kuria, Raila told him that he had been notified of rising tensions in the Kerio valley. Odinga planned for a peace campaign in the area but he was stopped by a certain pentagon member from the region.
The Pentagon member claimed that there was a certain operation that needed to go on and the peace mission was unnecessary. The next day, the Kiambaa Massacre happened.
The Gatundu parliamentarian has warned that such stories will not be appealing to be shared after the August polls. He has asked all leaders to take responsibility and maintain peace.
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