Moses Kuria dresses down Jubilee MPs involved in dramatic fight in Muranga church on Sunday

Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has dressed down rival Jubilee faction factions that clashed in a church in Muranga, leading to a fight between Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro and his Maina Kamanda.

File image of Moses Kuria

Kuria condemned the actions of the two leaders which ne noted, are driven by 2022 succession politics with the nation

He wondered what the rival factions would do should political rivals William Ruto and Raila Odinga form an alliance and sweep to victory in the 2022 general elections.

His remarks came after ugly scenes were witnessed at Gatui Catholic Church in Muranga as the bitter rivalry between the rival factions turned into a full-blown war.

Kamanda was among a team of Kieleweke MPs who were attending a fundraiser at the church when Nyoro stormed the event.

The Kiharu legislator disrupted the event leading to a scuffle as he insisted that being the area MP he is the only one with the right to ivite leaders to events in his constituency.

“I am the MP and I am the only one who can invite people to functions in this constituency. I respect Maina Kamanda as a father and an elder, but I cannot allow him to come all the way from Nairobi to rule Kiharu Constituency,” Nyoro said.

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