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I’m anxiously waiting to meet you in court, Kuria tells Karua

22 September 2015, 08:08 Samuel Kisika

Nairobi – Gatundu South MP, Moses Kuria has told the NARC Kenya Chair, Martha Karua that he is ready to meet her in court over his ICC remarks.

Kuria, who said Sunday that they had fixed DP William Ruto at the ICC, warned Karua against disowning and threatening to sue him for defamation over his remarks as it was the truth.

“I am anxiously waiting to meet Karua in court not even on Wednesday but tomorrow. I am not a stranger in court,” said Kuria.

“She has said that she doesn’t know me but let me remind her that am that guy they were together in PNU and sat closer in a meeting at Galilee Hotel,” he added.

Kuria pointed out that it was a showdown between the PNU and ODM, with each camp working to ensure their rivals were held accountable.

“ODM argued that the violence broke because PNU rigged elections while PNU argued that ODM be held responsible for violence. We had to ‘fix’ some of our opponents and time has come when I have to say the truth for ICC to know that it was only a political game,” said Kuria.

Read Also: Kuria speaking the truth on ICC, Jubilee Senator says

He claimed that all ICC witnesses were bribed by the court to testify against Ruto and that they will not allow him to be prosecuted based on false evidence.

Ferdinand Waituti (Kabete) who accompanied Kuria Monday as he addressed the press at Parliament Buildings claimed that he knows youths and their families who were bribed by ICC to witness.

“Money was given to anybody who was willing to give evidence. ICC did not carry out investigations but relied on rumors and falsehoods,” claimed waititu.

Other legislators present at the briefing included Senators Kipchumba Murkomen (Elgeyo Marakwet), Billow Kerrow (Mandera), Charles Keter (Kericho), Lisa Chelule (nominated) and National Assembly members Kangogo Bowen (Marakwet East) among others.

They asked Karua to respond to the unfolding truth and help rescue Ruto from ICC.

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