Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has given the head of state Uhuru Kenyatta some piece of advice to learn from the rule of former president Daniel Arap Moi.
Kuria has quoted that Uhuru as well as his deputy William Ruto and the former vice president Kalonzo Musyoka were all nurtured by Moi thus they should extend the same gesture to the upcoming young leaders.
“…jana tuliona kwa mazishi ya hayati mzee Moi..Na katika io mazishi mimi kuna kitu moja nilisoma, vile Moi alishika vijana mkono, atarais wetu makamu wa rais, mheshimiwa ata Kalonzo, walishikwa mkono na uyo mzee. Ukiangalia mweheshimiwa akoapa senator wa Kericho, na pia ni commissioner wa public service, huyu ndio anatulipanga mshahara yeye ni wa miaka thelathini na mbili, 32 years uyu…
…tuwache makasiriko na tuwache wivu,watoto wako hawawezi toshea uongozi, jenga wale umekuta.” said the Gatundu South Mp.
(..Yesterday we saw during the burial of Moi..and in that burial, i learnt one thing, the way Moi held the youths hands, even our president and the Deputy, including Kalonzo, they were held by the old man.If you look at Kericho’s senator who is here, he is also a public service commissioner, he is the one who pays us our salary and he is 32 years old…
…Lets avoid anger and drop jealousy, your children can’t fit in leadership, build those that you have found.)
Ever since president Uhuru joined forces with the AU envoy Raila Odinga,the tanga tanga allied members have been a troubled lot who don’t trust the agenda of the alliance that gave birth to the Building Bridges Initiative.
The politicians are currently lamenting over inclusivity with a heated war recently emanating from the bold decision of Narok Senator Ledama Olekina on JKL interview that BBI will be all about the Maa community.
Raila has since appealed to the leaders of various communities to work together for the success of the BBI.
After Odinga made the appeal, Kuria through Facebook, disclosed that he had cancelled his press briefing, which he was to hold to deliberate on sentiments made on the show.