Drama as Moses Kuria, Murkomen Leave BBI Rally Before its End (Video)

A standoff ensued at Kinoru Stadium in Meru County after Tanga Tanga leaders led by Senate Majority Leader Kicphumba Murkomen and Gatundu MP Moses Kuria left the stadium before the BBI rally had come to an end.

As they left a good number of people from the stadium were seen leaving with them.

Senator Kipchumba Murkomen and Gatundu MP Moses Kuria while on their way to Kinuru stadium.

However, the speaker was forced to cut short his speech after incessant noise from the crowd brought business to a standstill.

The meeting came minutes after Senator Murkomen had spoken.

In his speech, Murkomen had castigated the BBI process saying it will not change the well being of the nation adding that government should focus on delivering its manifesto.

Murkomen tore into the ODM leader Raila Odinga accusing him of calling President Uhuru Kenyatta a witch and a chick that was hatched from the computer.

Murkomen noted that there was a need to respect DP Ruto in the BBI process saying he was elected together with President Uhuru Kenyatta and the two are a pair.

However, Meru Governor Kiraitu Murungi noted that the Meru meeting was a testament that they respected democracy adding that anyone was free to leave and enter the venue at his pleasure.

The two leaders had arrived late at Kinoru Stadium at a time when leaders had taken seats and the meeting had begun.

Mwaka wa 2020 ni mwaka kuambiana ukweli. Asanteni sana watu wa Meru na Mlima Kenya kwa kukubali tukemee siasa za utapeli. Kazi nzuri ndugu Onesimus Kipchumba Murkomen.

Posted by Oscar Kipchumba Sudi on Saturday, 29 February 2020

They missed on seats and they stood throughout the meeting, save for Murkomen who was accommodated by Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua.

The leaders were accused of arriving late, with ODM Directors of Election faulting them for missing seats.

Tanga Tanga leader standing on the podium at Kinoru Stadium BBI rally.

This is not the first time the two leaders have been denied seats.

During the Kitui BBI meeting, the leaders arrived at a time when the BBI meeting had begun and found that all seats had been occupied.

A standoff ensued as Kuria demanded a seat leading to an incident where the MP was pictured sitting on the ground at the venue.

Here is how Kenyans reacted to the move by the leaders:

9 thoughts on “Drama as Moses Kuria, Murkomen Leave BBI Rally Before its End (Video)

  1. It’s high time for Kenyans to open their eyes, what benefits does BBI has to common mwananchi?instead of bringing people together it divides, if you can’t support BBI you are unwanted person in the country, do you force us to support Beba Baba Ikulu (BBI) NO! NO!!

  2. Who is murkomen? He only has one vote and let him not to dream that we shall be following him.Shame on him.
    2020 is just near and we shall show him dust.Murkomen is like Baruk kibet who is also think our vote are on their wollet

  3. What’s going on in Kenya now is non other than BBI which stands for; Breaking Bridges Initiative n not Building Bridges Initiative as it was thought of. If Kenyan president goes on keeping quiet n watch his “brother” busy setting base for chaos in the country, Then he will end up in regrets. Xo plz Mr prezo, use the powers bestowed on u by innocent Kenyans n bring this destructive Initiative into a halt.

  4. Kiraitu is right all have aright to their opinion. Bbi is a Raila vehicle if he misses this chance he should blame his ancestors.

  5. BIb is the ONLY WAY to end our problems as a nation.in fact UHURAILA Has got it right…Kenya will be one nation with no useless bloodshed every electioneering period….NOBODY CAN STOP REGUE!!

  6. BBI is the ONLY WAY to end our problems as a nation.in fact UHURAILA Has got it right…Kenya will be one nation with no useless bloodshed every electioneering period….NOBODY CAN STOP REGUE!!

  7. Hi Kenya’s we need to respect one another esp in opinion if a group plans a meeting and an ant- comes to display something contrary like murkomen and kuria it shows immeturity esp on democracy. Competition is good when you win the vote not to disrupt others

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