Chama Cha Kazi leader and Gatundu South member of Parliament Moses Kuria has sent a short but fiercely worded message to president Uhuru Kenyatta in the midst of heated debate on election credibility.
He said the fiece political arguments and undertones of demands and excuses by the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance presidential candidate Raila Odinga and his team were what the president wanted all along.
He quoted a news item by Capital fm in which the ODM leader demanded that IEBC must use manual register during the August nineth general elections, failure to which there shall be no elections. The former prime minister went farther to accuse Kenya Kwanza team of planning to rig the elections with pre-marked ballot papers.
On his Facebook page, the close ally of DP William Ruto says in a letter addressed to the president that what is going on in the country is what he (the president) wanted all along. He asked the president to be happy now with what he termed as "Civil War".
'Dear Uhuru Kenyatta. This is what you wanted all along. Civil War. Now be happy' Kuria wrote on Facebook.
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