Moses Kuria Tears Into Raila, Ledama After Armed Youths Attack Private Farm

Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has faulted the ODM leader Raila Odinga and Narok Senator Ledama Ole Kina following an attack at a private farm.

This is after armed youths raided the vast Utheri wa Kari Farm owned by Stephen Kinyanjui.

Taking to social media to react to the incident, Kuria accused the ODM leader and Senator Ledama of orchestrating the incident through the Narok BBI rally.

ODM Leader Raila Odinga and Narok Senator Ledama Ole Kina.

“Raila Odinga and Ledama Ole Kina inspired gangs attacked the 22,000-acre Utheri wa Lari farm, destroyed the Farm Chairman’s vehicle and beat him leaving him fighting for his life in hospital. All in the name of the BBI. Long live the BBI. No loss of human life can stop Reggae.

“Implementation of the Raila Odinga led BBI resolutions in Narok has started in earnest. The legacy is shaping up.

“Raila is taking over slowly. Ledama Ole Kina is slowly sliding into the shoes of incoming Cabinet Secretary for the interior. Our people are on their own. Lord hear us,” wrote Kuria on Facebook.

The group of armed youths attacked Kinyanjui’s farm and destroyed properties of unknown value.

The youths burnt down a fence around the vast farm before police moved in to contain the situation.

The attack came just two days after the BBI rally at the Ole Ntimama Stadium in Narok where the controversial and emotive issue of ancestral land and historical injustices dominated the session.

For years, members of the Kikuyu and Maasai communities have clashed over the 22,000-acre farm before the Court of Appeal handed the land to the farmer in 2015.

Raila Odinga and Ledama Ole Kina inspired gangs attacked the 22,000 acre Utheri wa Lari farm, destroyed the Farm…

Posted by Moses Kuria on Monday, 24 February 2020

Kinyajui, the farm chairman said the attack had become the norm every time the planting season starts.

He said the attack had caused anxiety and concern among residents with some fleeing for fear of invasion.

“Over 50 youths who were armed attacked in the morning, burning fences and clearing some crops before retreating to one of the homes,” Kinyanjui said.

Naivasha police boss Samuel Waweru said police had been deployed to contain the situation.

“We had an incident where some youths tried to block residents from farming but we have managed to send officers to the ground,” Waweru said.

Additional reporting by the star.

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