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Moses Kuria causes drama at KTN Studios

Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria caused drama at KTN studios after he stood up and took...

Moses Kuria

Trouble began when Dagoretti North MP Simba Arati claimed that the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) had stretched all the way to president Uhuru Kenyatta's property.

"Ile railway ingetoka Mombasa na ifike Nairobi... President Uhuru Kenyatta anatuambia ati railway inatoka Nairobi pia na inafika Naivasha, Inafika kwa shamba lake," the MP stated.

Loosely translated: "The President says the railways stretches from Mombasa to Nairobi and then from Nairobi to Naivasha but it goes up to his family's shamba."


The Jubilee MP got furious and opposed the allegations telling Arati to tell Kenyans the truth,” That is stupid. Let us tell the truth."

The ODM legislator seemed persistent with the claims stating that Jubilee hated the truth which must be told to the public.

“That is the truth and it must be told… We will never go easy on Jubilee...they don't want the truth,” Arati affirmed.

Kuria seemed provoked by his counterpart and removed his headphones, banged them on the table and walked out.

This is not the first time Kuria has stormed out of an interview, in 2015 he walked out of Citizen TV while being hosted by Hussein Mohammed.


The legislator had been invited to respond to a video that had gone viral where he was captured inciting youth in Gatundu.

Just as the clip was about to be aired, Kuria denied the allegations and stormed out of the interview without any explanation.


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