Gatundu South member of parliament Moses Kuria has opened up to talk about the ‘NASA’ rally he attended on Wednesday.
The controversial legislature said he is now regretting attending this year’s Labour Day celebrations at Uhuru Park, Nairobi which according to him was turned a NASA rally from the word go.
The MP claims that the event was not workers event but a NASA rally. “It’s sad I attended Labour Day thinking its a Workers Day. It turns out to be just another NASA rally,” Moses Kuria posted.
On Wednesday, workers gathered to mark the International Labour Day celebrations at Uhuru Park in Nairobi. The fete was led by the Central Organisation of Trade Unions (COTU) boss Francis Atwoli.
The celebrations were momentarily disrupted by youths who stormed the venue riding on boda-bodas.
It was not clear what the rowdy youths, who wore T-shirts and banners bearing Sonko’s image and name and shouting pro-Sonko chants, wanted but they later left the venue.
Most Kenyans and especially workers were not impressed by the function since no pay increment was announced. Kenyans instead, took issues with the COTU secretary for neglecting issues affecting them and instead of majoring on politics with some calling for the retirement of the already overstayed boss.