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Moses Kuria’s message to Kirinyaga Deputy Governor after he was caught in an embarrassing act

The video surfaced on Tuesday

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He added that it was shameful that the deputy governor did not report the matter to the police and that such extortion cartels were rampant in Kiambu County.

“I always say it is nonsensical to pay anyone so as not to give a story to the media. That breeds extortion and encourages criminal networks to thrive. It is a pity that the Kirinyaga DG did not immediately report such extortionists to the police. If it were me I would simply have paid them off not with money but with the middle finger. These cartels are rampant especially in Kiambu County. I still urge him to report to the police. It is the right thing to do.” Said the legislator.

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This caused an uproar online as several Internet users called for his resignation, saying that it was shameful for a holder of public office.

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