Moses Kuria has slammed ODM Party Leader Raila Odinga for promising to arrest DP Ruto and his allies in alleged corruption-related cases when he took over in August.
Raila and his running mate, Martha Karua, stated while campaigning in Narok county that their administration would secure vacancies at Kamiti, Shimo la Tewa, and other high-security prisons for those accused of eating and stealing from public coffers.
During Ruto's economic meeting in Kiambu, however, Kuria challenged Raila to begin with "renowned" corrupt individuals in President Uhuru's government.
He knows them well, including Jubilee's vice chair; let him arrest and transport them to Kamiti tomorrow. " Who hasn't heard of Kemsa thieves?It is full of lying Kenyans. We will take you home as early as 6 pm. We need a strong leader to rule us.
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