Moses Kuria reveals how Tangatanga is creating a personality cult in government

Photo: Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria

The Controversial Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria has risen up to reveal how Team Tangatanga which pays deep respect to The Deputy President is creating is undermining the Government.

Hon Moses Kuria who is neither in Team Tangatanga nor the famous Kieleweke, has revealed that Team Tangatanga is creating a personality cult in the running of state duties.

Moses Kuria has faulted the way the Deputy President Ruto has branded himself as a Rambo/superman dishing out development projects in the country.

Photo: The Deputy President William Ruto

He has also claimed that Tangatanga version of the solution, is what is hurting the President igniting the sudden outbursts.

In creating a personality cult, Kuria has retorted that Team Tangatanga have resolved to give all the credit to the Deputy President William Ruto. In other words Team Tangatanga has idolized DP Ruto in some other way they are worshiping him.

“I have a huge problem with how ‘Tangatanga’ is solving the problem. It is creating a ‘personality cult’ in a situation that is very dire,” stated Kuria.

On the harsh words hurled by President Uhuru, Moses Kuria accused The Deputy President of polluting the political environment in the country.

“It is wrong for politicians to go round the country ‘polluting’ the political environment. To that end, I agree with the President,” claimed Moses Kuria.

On what Uhuru said that the MPs have neglected their core duties to focus on politicking, Moses Kuria also agreed with those sentiments reiterating that legislatures need to exercise their duties.

However, he has outcried how the problem befalling MPs in terms of implementing the development agenda are not within their reach.

“It is true that we need to work in our constituencies, but there are things we need to put into context. As a matter of fact, things that let down MPs are those not within their control such as delay of funds from Treasury, Stated Moses Kuria.



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