Moses Kuria's message to Wetangula after ouster leaves Netizens in stitches

Wetangula was replaced by James Orengo as Minority leader in Senate

Kuria said in his message that he would voluntarily show Senator Wetangula the way out of office after ODM senators ousted him as the senate minority leader and replaced him with Siaya senator James Orengo.

He added that the Bungoma Senator laughed at him when he once complained to him that youths from his county chased him with stones while campaigning for President Uhuru Kenyatta in the run-up to the August 8th election.

Here is what he said;

“In the run up to the August 8th General Elections I survived a hailstorm of stones when I went campaigning in Chwele, Bungoma County. When I later complained to Moses Wetangula about this treatment by his goons he laughed it off and told me "Nilituma vijana wangu wakuonyeshe njia ya kurudi kwenu nyumbani". Today I volunteer to peacefully show Weta the way out of the Office of the Senate Minority Leader. Baba is doing this like a Bawse! He has been misused for so long. Loyalty is paid back in instalments but betrayal is punished instantly. Go Baba Go. They have borrowed your wings to fly so high and then laugh at you from the skies, mocking your inability to fly.” Read Moses Kuria’s message on his social media page.

JOIN OUR PULSE COMMUNITY!

Unblock notifications in browser settings.

Eyewitness? Submit your stories now via social or:

Email: news@pulselive.co.ke

Recommended articles

FBI traces proceeds of Sh3.7billion US scam to Kenya, 2 arrested

FBI traces proceeds of Sh3.7billion US scam to Kenya, 2 arrested

Kenya heightens surveillance at border due to monkeypox

Kenya heightens surveillance at border due to monkeypox

Kenyan hero receives prestigious award in the US for rescuing children [Photos]

Kenyan hero receives prestigious award in the US for rescuing children [Photos]

Uhuru, Ruto, Raila expected at tomorrows National Prayer Breakfast meeting

Uhuru, Ruto, Raila expected at tomorrows National Prayer Breakfast meeting

Nominated US Ambassador to Kenya grilled by Senate Foreign Relations Committee

Nominated US Ambassador to Kenya grilled by Senate Foreign Relations Committee

MPs reject proposals to increase taxes

MPs reject proposals to increase taxes

First African to lead WHO, re-elected for five more years

First African to lead WHO, re-elected for five more years

Police change tune on main suspect in Mirema murder

Police change tune on main suspect in Mirema murder

I am not the owner of the company - Tabitha Keroche reveals in court

I am not the owner of the company - Tabitha Keroche reveals in court