Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria was on Saturday harassed by goons and event organisers during the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) rally in Kitui.
This was after the host Governor Charity Ngilu was heard telling the security team and youths to eject the controversial MP from the podium.
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“Let him be removed, let him go, No one abuses President Uhuru is allowed here,” Ngilu shouted as Kuria was pushed from the podium.
Taking to his Facebook page, the Gatundu South lawmaker blasted Ngilu for ordering his eviction.
The vocal MP also expressed his disappointment with other women lawmakers, Fatuma Gedi, Sabina Chege, Gathoni Wa Muchomba as well as Nyeri Town MP Ngunjiri Wambugu for cheering her on.
Kuria had also sarcastically noted that the two brothers -Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta- were doing a great job at uniting Kenyans.
“The two brothers are doing a great job at uniting this country,” he posted.
“Charity Ngilu (A very close personal friend, it hurts), Dr James Nyoro and those in whose name violence was visited upon me, Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga. I forgive you. Father forgive them for they know not what they are doing. For those who-yet again after Mombasa- beat me up, I forgive you too. I know you all personally as we meet in Gor Mahia games. To the great people of Kitui, God in heaven knows how emotional and grateful I am to you. You have done me and my colleagues proud.”
The chaos came just two days after the MP claimed that he and others within Jubilee party were being humiliated by ‘this wife’ Uhuru brought into his home.
“We were in Mombasa and my seat was snatched away from me because I refused to stand for this ‘wife’ you brought home. We do not have a problem with them because if a home has two wives, we as children can only accept and because we accepted this ‘wife’ to come home, why don’t you tell them to respect us too and stop despising us,” Kuria said while referring to the ODM party leader as the ‘second wife’.