Following a distinctive invite by Jubilee Party to it Members for a Parliamentary Group (PG) Meeting set to take place on Monday 22nd June at Kenyatta International Conference Centre (KICC), The party made a solemn pronouncement through its Twitter on Saturday night.
Jubilee Party's Tweet
The Party Leader President Uhuru Kenyatta will on Monday 22nd June 2020, hold a Parliamentary Group Meeting for all Jubilee MPs at the Kenyatta International Conference Centre, starting at 9am.
The Legislature took to Twitter where he hinted on words he (among those who will be in attendance) expect to hear being said to grandmothers and grandfathers, giving an exemplar of Hon Kimani Ngunjiri and Jayne Kihara, and also the juvenile like John Paul Mwirigi (24 year) in equal measures.
Click here to see Kuria's tweet
Kuria's sentiments gave Kenyans online talking points on Twitter. With mixed ractions, they were contributing different views based on his statement. Here are some of the reactions;
Obviously very bad words but you have been insulting us in a similar way for years so you must feel quiet at home. Plus, can't you guys defend yourselves?
Always learn when to talk .... You talk more than necessary ... Soon you will fizzle out. Always say less than necessary @HonMoses_Kuria.
They (including you) stole Baba's victory, and you kept quiet. Now you playing the role of opposition yet your drunk candidate formed the government. After all you could have been legitimate opposition MP were it not for electoral fraud 3 yrs ago.
For every action there will be reaction.. now that Jubilee Asili centre is up an running.. vitisho ni kelele tu. An old bad song.
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