Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria on Thursday dismissed Building Bridges Initiative(BBI) as a project to transform Kenya while hurling insults at Kirinyaga governor, Anne Waiguru.
Kuria insisted that he had no problem with President Uhuru Kenyatta but rather sympathized with him.
In his own opinion, Kuria said the National Youth Service as originally designed would have transformed Kenya in a big way as compared to the BBI agenda that the president is trying to push.
“I sympathize with President Kenyatta. If there was a project that could have transformed Kenya more than the Big 4 combined it was the NYS as originally designed.” He said on a Facebook post.
The ever-controversial MP took a turn for Kirinyanga governor Anne Waiguru.
In unprintable words, in his facebook post, Kuria insulted Waiguru alleging her to be a woman who engages in sexual activities for payment.
Waiguru while defending Kenyatta had accused some Mt Kenya MPs of undermining President Uhuru Kenyatta and inciting residents against him.
She said Uhuru is still the Mount Kenya kingpin and the spokesperson. She dismissed those fighting the President as jokers who have nothing to offer to residents.
This could have ostensibly stirred the reaction from the Gatundu legislator.
Speaking at Kianyaga Catholic Hall on Tuesday, Waiguru said a few individuals should not cause divisions in Mount Kenya, adding that the BBI report is not about 2022 succession politics but one to unite the country.