Photo courtesy; Moses Kuria
Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria is a man who always speaks his mind without fear of favour. The firebrand lawmaker has been rubbing shoulders with the police over his strong stand on what he believes is right even without considering how others would feel about the same. His love for deputy president William Ruto started when Jubilee government ousted him out of his powerful parliamentary committee position that he was chairing. At that time he was accused of engaging in politics as opposed to the party's stand of development agenda.
Today in yet another incident, Kuria has taken his time through a Facebook page to write to the International Monetary Fund about their constant giving of loans to poor countries especially Kenya. In the letter the lawmaker alleged that the body should not give more than eight billion and yet again it should not be in cash.
He continues by saying that he humbly request the lenders to please reconsider their decision and buy for the country vaccines instead. In his arithmetic, the Gatundu born man says any loans interms of cash will not be of any benefit to the common mwanainchi. In conclusion, he alleged that their some cartels who are really waiting for the money to land so that they can steal everything and leave the common man suffering.
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