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I'm not a Guinea pig, Kuria Claims as he Resurfaces

Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria has reappeared 2 days after being reported missing. The outspoken MP resurfaced with a very powerful statement of what exactly transpired on Friday, his fateful day. 

According to him, he was to be arrested after visiting Kariobangi North residents to stand with them. However, upon exiting the said location, Kuria claimed he got wind of arrest information ordered by a senior person. He, therefore, states that he used all possible options to dodge three vehicles which were meant to nab him. 

"As I left Homeland inn I was followed by 3 vehicles and had to use all sorts of deviations and tactics to dodge them. The objective was clearly to arrest me and hold me throughout the weekend or even worse to detain me in a quarantine facility. I was determined not to let this happen as I had done no wrong other than to stand with suffering people."Kuria noted in part of his long post on Sunday. 

The lawmaker appreciated love accorded to him by his supporters noting that he his safe and sound. Kuria, however, claims he is not a guinea pig rather a human being. He exposed he was arrested for 4 consecutive years since 2014. 

"But still, I am not a guinea pig. I am a human being. I am a husband, a father, a leader, a brother and a son to my dear mother who gets depressed when her son is arrested and charged only to send a message to others. I am very sure if the United Nations demand that a Kenyan be offered to test the Corona Virus vaccine, the Kenya government will offer Moses Kuria as the guinea pig to test the vaccine." he added

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Gatundu South Guinea Homeland Kariobangi North Moses Kuria


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