Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria on Saturday accused Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru and Murang’a Woman Representative of betrayal after the attended the Narok BBI rally.
Taking to social media to comment on an incident where female leaders heckled an ODM MP for making an outrageous remark, Kuria said it was ironical to shut down the MP and cheer Narok Senator Ledama Ole Kina whom he accused of making nasty remarks against Kikuyus.
“Dear Anne Waiguru and Sabina Chege. When Ledama ole Kina was vomiting vitriol against Kikuyus in Narok, how exactly did you feel?
“Strange you heckled Raphael Wanjala and cheered on Ledama. Even Ngunjiri Wambugu kept off. That’s how low the two of you have sunk,” wrote Kuria on Facebook.
The remarks came after the Narok BBI rally, which Kuria had castigated, came to an end successfully.
Kuria boycotted the BBI rally after, he said, Narok Senator made damning remarks against area residents who are non-Maasais.
The MP further posted on his Facebook page that the Narok rally had been called off, though it later turned out that it wasn’t the case.
“I thank the organisers of the BBI rally in Narok for calling off the event. It is clear that following what happened in Narok today this would have not ended very well. Better to err on the side of caution,” claimed Kuria on Friday.
The ODM Director of Communication Philip Etale on Saturday took a swipe at Kuria after the BBI rally proved a success on Saturday.
Dear Anne Waiguru and Sabina Chege. When Ledama ole Kina was vomitting vitriol against Kikuyus in Narok, how exactly did…
“Mheshimiwa Moses Kuria, the rally in Narok is almost coming to a close. It has been successful and quite enlightening.
“Leaders with a vision came here and spoke to the thousands of people who thronged the William Ole Ntimama Stadium for the event.
“No one was beaten as you had insinuated, no one was humiliated as you had earlier stated and no one stayed away as you had agitated,” wrote Etale on Facebook.
ODM leader Raila Odinga graced the rally where the Maa leaders tabled their grievances which they wish captured in the BBI report.
ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi and his Ford Kenya counterpart Moses Wetangula were present.
The next BBI rally is set for Garissa on Sunday.