Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria says he has forgiven ‘Gor Mahia’ supporters who roughed him up during the Building the Bridges Initiative (BBI) rally in Kitui on Saturday.
Trouble ensued when Kuria alongside Senate Majority leader Kipchumba Murkomen arrived for the event in Kitui but were blocked from accessing the main dais due to their political stands.
They would later access the main dais after the crowd demanded that they are given seats this came after some scuffle with the security personnel in which Kuria claims he was roughed up.
The controversial legislator later took to social media to announce that he has forgiven those who hurt him. He claims that those who roughed him are known to him and are in fact Gor Mahia supporters.
“For that who-yet again after Mombasa- beat me up, I forgive you too. I know you all personally as we meet in Gor Mahia games,” said the second time legislator.
Kuria has been a big critic of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) spearheaded by president Kenyatta and former prime minister Raila Odinga. According to the two leaders, the initiative is aimed at uniting the country and ensure that it is not divided along political and tribal lines again.