By Ordering Moses Kuria out, Ngilu became the BBI Champion



Politically speaking, Kitui Governor Charity Ngilu scored big by ordering Tangatanga sympathizer and controversial MP Moses Kuria out of Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) meeting at Kitui stadium for being disorderly.

“According to those who were close to the dais, the controversial Gatundu MP Moses Kuria was disorderly and showed no respect to the other leaders present at the rally.

I’ve seen people saying Moses Kuria was mistreated at BBI Kitui.

This is a worrying trend.

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No ODM guy is supporting Kuria. This weakness and maturity have taken Kambas nowhere.

Ndio sababu hatupati viti Mwea, Tana River, Thika, Mombasa, Embakasi, Njiru, Makadara, Kitengela, Kwale and Taita Taveta, as much as we condemn the disorderly manner, elected leaders are our role models, what happens when a leader attends a meeting when drunk?

The country supports Governor Ngilu, some of these leaders have been abusing and disrespecting the head of the state with impunity.

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Any Authority must be respected.

President Uhuru Kenyatta has been calling for the leaders to allow the residents to read the (BBI) reports for themselves.

The move has become a political contest among leaders, this is not what the president intended.

President Uhuru Kenyatta wants a united country, the Tangatanga rebellion has resisted the president’s calling.

Kiambu Governor Nyoro wasn’t happy about Moses Kuria conduct.

In fact, it’s Governor Nyoro and ODM Secretary General Edwin Sifuna who incited the Governor of Kitui, some of these characters have been denied attending the president meeting.

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Sifuna and Kuria are the best in their political teams.

We must stand up and defend our own. We must unite or fall. We need to heed the president Uhuru Kenyatta call, let’s have a unified country.