Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kurai has finally aired his concerns over the earlier comments from ODM’s Junet Mohamed.
The Suna East Member of Parliament this week while on a tour with ODM Party leader Raila Odinga shocked the nation when he talked about a Raila Presidency.
According to Junet, the Odinga presidency will be a chance for the Western region to enjoy the country’s leadership just as the Central Kenya region has enjoyed over time.
His comments however, were translated by various people differently with majority criticizing the Junet’s comments.
Moses Kuria, one of the leaders in the Mount Kenya Forum has cautioned MT Kenya region over the comments made by Junet.
Kuria insisted that one of the major reasons he has been fighting for the 40% share of the government and everything is to protect the region from such happenings.
"If you listened to the Junet Mohammed Video, you will understand why Mt Kenya is demanding 40% share of government and everything. Na tutiraguagua ! Before you say we have enjoyed power for I don't know how many years, wekelea 40% first. Haiiiiiya !" Moses Kuria statement.
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