Through a post on social media, DCI said that their attention were drawn to a post made by the legislator insinuating very serious allegations in respect to election offences.
They urged him to report to any police station near him to help with investigations and for immediate appropriate action.
2 hours ago, Kuria claimed that the chief in Dallas sub location Embu was blackmailing youths to vote for Raila so as to get paid.
He had earlier claimed that a vehicle was set to leave state house Nakuru with marked ballot papers inside it.
Yesterday night, he claimed that Safaricom Telecommunications company was under pressure to change their Network to 2G so as to frustrate transmission of results by IEBC and go manual.
If Moses Kuria fails to provide evidence regarding his claims, he will be charged in a court of law for publishing false information and causing tension among Kenyans ahead of tommorow's (9th August 2022) general elections.
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