New Allegations of How Moses Kuria Allegedly Plotted to Humiliate Uhuru During Kiambu Burial
By DAVIDNTHUA578 | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 0 views
President Uhuru Kenyatta's Humiliation in Kiambu Burial (Hon Patrick Wainaina's Mother Send-Off) where hundreds of Residents walked away immediately when CS Munya began to read his speech has finally taken another twist.
This is after Gatundu North MP Wanjiku Kibe in whose constituency the burial took place, is categorical that youth who heckled the CS had been ferried to the venue by an MP from a neighboring constituency.
She said: “The hecklers came in a hired bus. It is the same group that had been transported to the burial of musician Salim Junior in Nakuru the previous week. The MP has made it his specialization to ferry goons to funerals for political mileage. That is how low and desperate he and his paymaster have descended.”
Now, unless you are a new visitor in Jerusalem you should by now be able to know that the neighbouring Member of Parliament to Hon Wanjiku Kibe is either Moses Kuria or Nobody else.
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