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Yesterday's teargas was sub-standard, pull up- Moses Kuria tells gov't

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Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria

Gatundu South legislator Moses Kuria mocked his teargas experience which he termed as substandard.

The MP who was speaking outside Milimani law courts said that after his remarks on Wednesday where he said the whole teargas incident with the police was a spectacle which was “unnecessary” and could lead into a revolution.

"I want to confirm to KEBS that the yesterday's teargas was sub standard, they need to pull up," Kuria said.

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