Moses Kuria angers Kenyans after controversial post on Raila petition

"The demon Raila that we kicked out on 8th August attempted a come back. In 58 days we will kick it out for good.."

Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has sparked wild reactions from section of Kenyans after attacking National Super Alliance leader Raila Odinga.

The controversial MP took to Facebook on Saturday morning describing the presidential election that was ordered by the Supreme Court in 60 days as casting away demons.

In his analogy, Moses Kuria saw Raila's petition as a demon which had been kicked out and was now attempting to come back.

He stated that President Kenyatta would still trounce Mr. Odinga in the presidential elections that is just two months away.

"The demon Raila that we kicked out on 8th August attempted a come back. In 58 days we will kick it out for good and cast it to the pigs and cast the pigs to the sea.

“In another 58 days, the Supreme Court will sit again. However it will be reconstituted. This time 45 Million Kenyans will be on that bench. Even in the Bible it is not an easy task to cast away demons. They always come back kicking and screaming till they are finally exorcised and cast to the pigs. What happened on Friday at the Supreme Court was just that....The demon Raila that we kicked out on 8th August attempted a come back. In 58 days we will kick it out for good and cast it to the pigs and cast the pigs to the sea. Twende Kazi. God is on our side. He is just testing our demon casting faith levels. ”

The post elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans with a section of them castigating him while a number of them maintained that the Jubilee administration would still lose in the elections.

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