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Kuria Spills the Beans on What Happened on the Eve of KIAMBAA Massacre, Ruto & Raila's Role

Fearless Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria has today spilled the beans on what might have happened on the eve of Kiambaa massacre. Kuria who just returned from abroad from treatment following leg injury that he sustained a couple of months ago has continue to rally for his Chama cha Kazi party ahead of the big day, August 9th.ImageThe outspoken Legislator has now narrated that Raila, acting on the intelligence from the British Intelligency of what was impending, put in place measures to prevent it but his plans were unsuccessful. Taking to his social media page, Kuria revealed that Hon Raila had planned apolitical rally to preach peace in Eldoret, Uasin Gishu County but one of his close allies at the time asked him to reschedule it.Gatundu South lawmaker <a class=Moses Kuria and Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Raila Odinga (Undated)"/>

"On several occasions, Mr Raila Odinga has narrated to me how he was warned by British Intelligence and the BBC of a massive march by armed warriors from Kerio Valley towards Burnt Forest on the eve of Kiambaa massacre in 2007." posted Kuria.Kiambaa Church Massacre | KenyaTalk

Kuria's sentiments comes at a time the nation is staring at yet again another highly contested elections which has started to experience animosity with the recent one being the Jacaranda ground chaos.

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