CS Kuria came into trouble after he revealed how William Ruto's administration was planning to lower the cost of food. He pointed out on a plan to import GMO maize and seeds.
He then ordered farmers to stop hoarding maize in their warehouses.
Azimio deputy presidential candidate Martha Karua earlier came out to defend Kenyans against importation of maize.
In a response to Karua, the CS has told off the Azimio deputy that she should avoid being a prisoner of the past.
He said that the cost of maize flour was going to lower down compared to votes Karua delivered to Raila in her polling station.
According to the results from Form 34A posted by Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) showed that at the Mugumo Primary School in Gichugu Constituency, where Karua voted, DP Ruto garnered 911 votes against Mr Odinga's 311 votes.
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