Suna East MP, Junet Mohammed on Friday tore apart Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria over remarks he made saying that the Building Bridges Initiative(BBI) forum in Narok had been called off due to security reasons.
The ODM Party director of elections urged Kenyans to disregard Kuria’s sentiments insinuating he had too much to drink and did not comprehend what he was saying.
“BBI adherents should ignore him,” he said.
But your wife doesnt drink
— NoReferendumBeforeElections (@HonMoses_Kuria) February 21, 2020
Junet further dismissed Kuria telling him that he would not engage him while he was drunk.
Kuria, however, could hear none of it prompting Junet to poke holes in the past telling him he got into Parliament first by being a sycophant to President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Remember you came un opposed to bunge after leaking Uhuru’s ass https://t.co/5HoJx7Og19
— Hon. Junet Mohamed, CBS (@JunetMohamed) February 21, 2020
Narok’s BBI forum which is set to take place on Saturday 22, 2020 has been met with a lot of controversies especially after Narok Senator Ledama Ole Kina said it was going to address issues of the Maasais’ only.
“Maasai issues will be better articulated by Maasais and am not going to apologise for that.” He said.
A statement that landed him in trouble with the National Cohesion and Integration Commission condemning his remarks.
On Friday, leaders from different political affiliations on Friday walked out on a BBI meeting to plan Saturday’s forum in protest over what they termed as ethnic profiling.
Narok Deputy Governor Evalyn Aruasa, MPs Emurua Dikirr, Johana Ngeno and some MCAs were among some of the people that walked out of the meeting citing security as another issue.
Ng’eno and Aruasa claimed the remark made in the meeting that was supposed to be attended by all the leaders had disintegrated into “ethnic profiling”.
Leah had just completed talking when she added; “Narok made a very big mistake to have a Kipsigis deputy governor.”