Royal Media Journalist, Francis Gachuri
Inooro TV journalist, Francis Gachuri, was forced to interrupt CS Moses Kuria during a political interview on Sunday evening when he was responding to Azimio leader, Martha Karua.
A few days ago, Martha Karua, alleged that there might be a looming maize scandal after it was established that a ship carrying thousands of tonnes of maize had docked in the port of Mombasa.
In response, the Trade Cabinet Secretary said that there is nothing like a looming maize scandal. Kuria noted that maize importation will not be done by the government but by the marketers and the millers. He added that the government will just facilitate the process by ensuring that the maize is duty free.
Kuria stated that Martha Karua should be the last person to speak about scandals. He further noted that Ruto's government is dedicated to ensure that the prices of unga comes down. He comically stated that the unga price will come down to below the number of votes that Martha Karua garnered for Raila Odinga in Gichugu.
"I want to tell Martha Karua that the government will bring down the price of unga, below the number of votes she brought to Raila in Gichugu," said Kuria. (Watch video from 28 min).
This statement forced the host journalist Gachuri to intervene. He accused the CS of being rude and speaking on things that were out of topic.
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