Moses Kuria "strikes deal with God" for Raila to die

Mr Kuria made the prayer in Gikuyu language

The foul mouthed MP on Thursday told Jubilee supporters that he has prayed for Raila Odinga’s death. He added that and all that remains is for Kenyans to vote the Opposition leader out in the upcoming general.

Kuria, while addressing a rally in Murang’a County, made the comments amid cheers from the crowd, telling them how much trouble Raila has been.

Addressing the crowd in his native Gikuyu language, Kuria said that he had struck a deal with God for Raila to die once Kenyans vote him out in the August 08 elections.

A video with the translation of Kuria’s sentiments has been widely shared online.

The legislator has in the past been accused to hate speech and appeared in court regarding statements he uttered publicly.

This is not the first time the lawmaker is making such outrageous commentary about the former Premier.

In 2014, Mr Kuria alleged a scheme to have a certain National Youth Service (NYS) cohort in his backyard to be provided with “pangas to cut the uncircumcised man,” a sentiment that sparked anger in Raila Odinga’s Kisumu backyard.

In many occasions, Mr Kuria has been in the dock to defend his outrageous and uncontrolled political statements, NCIC deeming them venomous to the political climate.

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