Kuria's hate speech video was doctored, TNA claims
26 August 2015, 18:28
Nairobi - The National Alliance Party TNA has said that the video taken in which Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria was captured engaging in hate speech was doctored and false.
Party chairman Johnson Sakaja said Wednesday that the video was doctored, unreliable and false and was used to hunt down and finish Kuria.
" It has been found that the video in which he was allegedly accused was not reliable and could not be trusted," he said in a statement.
In the video which has cause public uproar, Kuria was seen telling machete wielding youth to take up arms against those opposed to the existence of the National Youth Service.
The video was taken in his Gatundu backyard.
The matter has seen Kuria in court for flouting his bail agreement which was put in place last year over a different hate speech crime.
He has been accused by opposition chiefs of trying to cause tribal disharmony in a country that is still healing from wounds of the 2008 Post Election Violence PEV.
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