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Babu Owino reveals Moses Kuria's shameful nightly acts

Babu Owino tells it all.

During an interview on the NASA live cast on Monday, Owino disclosed that he normally finds Kuria in the bar at night drunk.

Owino was castigating Kenyans for being tribalistic and spreading ethnic hatred while the politicians themselves are friends.

"Politicians are never that tribal. When we are in parliament we talk well (to each other). Moses Kuria at times i find him in a bar very drunk. I am the one who carries him and takes him to his house.


He drinks until he sleeps in a club then when i find him there, I carry him with my security, I take him to his house in Westlands. I have done that. Let him deny that in public. We as politicians don't hate each other," Owino said.

However he blamed politicians of inflicting negative ethnicity into the minds of their supporters resulting in violence.

The ODM legislator took issue with the song dubbed Ikamba sang by Isaiah and Waharaka which is meant to castigate Kitui Governor Charity Ngilu and ridicule members of another community over the logging fiasco in Kitui that has since been pulled down from Youtube.

This comes after Kenya Film Classification and Coordination Board (KFCB) CEO Ezekiel Mutua flagged off the song terming it as hateful.


On Sunday, the song was shared widely on social media attracting outrage among Kenyans who expressed their displeasure in the two musicians for spreading hate using their craft.

Owino warned the two musicians that there is a future ahead of them.

"The leaders who are in these positions right now will not be there tomorrow. It will be us young people who will lead this nation ahead. But if we ethnicising this nation negatively then we will not have any nation left," the legislator stated.


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