Following a stir of internet reactions over Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria putting up billboards of himself welcoming governors and delegates to the sixth annual Devolution Conference, the MP took to giving his piece of mind as well.
Mr Kuria criticized the vandals who pulled down his billboard in Murang’a, saying they won’t deter him from vying for the presidency.
To those who criticized him for erecting the billboards, he said his action was inspired by the spirit of devolution.
The MP, who harbours presidential ambitions and plans to vie against Deputy President William Ruto in 2022, had put up two billboards next to those erected by the Council of Governors.
Shortly after sharing information on the vandalized billboard, the MP posted documents sent to him by the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission over investigations into alleged procurement irregularities in his constituency.
In response, Mr Kuria dismissed the letter saying “Billboards down. More games to follow.”