Rift Valley MP warns Kuria against reckless remarks on ICC cases
23 September 2015, 08:06
Nairobi – Njoro MP, Joseph Kiuna has warned his Gatundu South counterpart, Moses Kuria against making reckless remarks on DP William Ruto's ICC case.
Kiuna said Kuria’s alleged revelations of Ruto and Sang ‘fixers’ at the Hague-based court is “total falsehood” and urged Kuria to desist for the benefit of national unity.
“It is disappointing and paining to see some leaders talking as if they were not in Kenya during the post election violence. I’m warning those moving around the country propagating falsehoods to stop,” warned Kiuna.
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“If you are talking on an issue you are not sure of then keep off,” he added.
Kiuna, who was the former Molo MP before it was split, said his constituency was the epicentre of the 2007/8 post-election violence and that Kuria and his accomplices should desist from propagating lies that would divide Kenyans again along ethnic lines.
“From what happened, we agreed to forgive each other and came up with a political alliance to unite Kenyans through peace and harmony in ensuring that the 2013 general elections are peaceful,” remarked Kiuna who said it was time Kenyans forgot the bygones for the benefit of unity and economic development.
Kuria has been claiming that NARC Kenya chairperson, Martha Karua and him were key players in ‘fixing’ Ruto at the ICC and asked her to help rescue the Deputy President from the Court.
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