Kuria to lead DP Ruto fixers in repentance during Afraha rally
11 April 2016, 08:03
Nakuru - Gatundu south member of Parliament, Moses Kuria will lead people who fixed deputy President, William Ruto at the ICC in confession and repentance during the thanksgiving prayer rally scheduled for Saturday at Nakuru's Afraha stadium.
Nakuru URP Secretary General, James Bett who is one of the organisers of the rally, said that Kuria is ready and wiling to lead the bandwagon in repenting in the big day as a way of burying the ICC issue and reconciling the nation.
Speaking Sunday in Nakuru town, Bett said that confessions by the fixers is vital to the healing and reconciliation process that the President and his deputy are embarking on.
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"Moses Kuria has said that he is ready to lead other fixers who are willing to repent during the thanksgiving rally and the deputy President will be more than willing to forgive them just as he has stated earlier on," said Bett.
"We understand that there are more than 10 people who will open up on that day and repent and that will be good for the healing and reconciliation process of Kenya and Kenyans," he added.
Last year, Kuria confessed that he was among the people who procured and trained fake witnesses to testify against DP Ruto at the Hague based court.
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