Moses Kuria the Gatundu South Member of parliament has lit the internet after his hilarious tweet which is a big rhetoric that has left many confused on what he is trying to say. He is refering to a traveller who boarded a flight from one place to another then after arriving stops and starts to inquire where the plane will take to next.
''A man boards a KQ flight from Mombasa to Nairobi. Upon disembarking at JKIA he finds his vehicle waiting to take him home. He refuses to enter his vehicle demanding to know where the aircraft that he has just disembarked from is flying to next and who will pilot it there.'' Posted Moses Kuria.
Kuria has been one of the most vocal legislators in the current parliament. He is also one of the MPs who are allied to the DP Ruto's favtion in the assembly. There is a time he even hinted at his interest in the Nairobi seat but he pater went sillent.
People have interpreted his message in different ways but majority of them are stil confused on who is the passenger and what might he be referring to the plane.
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