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"We Need Prayers, We Escaped Death By A Whisker And We Are Not Sure Of This" Moses Kuria Speaks

The Gatundu member of parliament hon Moses Kuria has sent out special requests to Kenyans to remember him in prayers for what he is Allegedly going through in Juja Constituency.

Kuria sent a message at 3 am in the morning describing what together with other leaders have been subjected claiming that they have escaped death by a whiskey. He said they stuck at Mangu High school and they were not sure of when they will leave the centre

"This tragic story of 18th May 2021 will require a lot of energy to tell. It will be told for generations to come. For now all we can say is at this hour 3.42am on 19th May 2021, we are still stuck at the Mangu High School. We are not sure when we will leave this centre." Kuria wrote.

He went ahead to claim that how escaped death is a proof God is in the throne."That we escaped death by a whisker last evening is the most vivid proof that God is indeed still in the throne. We need your prayers above all else." He added.

This comes after the Conclusion of the voting excersise in Juja by-elections where the People's Empowerment party's candidate George Koimburi was competing against Susan Wakapee who is a Jubilee candidate. Kuria has earlier complained of police harassment and intimidations where they on several occasions arrested Koimburi.

The Last nigh night preliminary results showed George Koimburi was in the lead followed by the Jubilee Candidate Susan Wakapee.

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