Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria was once again caught up in a bitter exchange of words, with exiled lawyer Miguna Miguna.
This land does not deserve your carcass – Moses Kuria tells Miguna Miguna
Exile is your destiny
This was after Miguna in a tweet referred to the legislator, President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga as ordinary men who would not be allowed to address people, during the days of Tom Mboya.
“In 1963 when Tom Mboya, Argwings Kodhek and Pio Pinto Gama kept Kenyans spellbound with searing eloquence and incisive policies on liberation and Pan-Africanism, mediocres like @HonMoses_Kuria, Uhuru Kenyatta and @RailaOdinga would never have been allowed to address goat markets,” wrote Miguna.
Kuria in response to the tweet then said that Miguna was a coward for unblocking him on the social platform, just to hurl insults at him.
“You block then unblock me only to insult me you wanking coward,” he said.
Exiled Miguna went on to say that he was not a coward and if it was true, the Government would not have forced him into exile.
“If I was a coward, your beardless husband Uhuru Kenyatta would not have marshalled hundreds of heavily-armed goons to destroy my house using explosives. He would never have detained, tortured, sedated and forced me into exile. Ask him to allow me in and let's see,” he said.
A seemingly angry Moses Kuria then told off Miguna Miguna stating that Kenya does not need people like him and that he deserved to be in exile.
“This land does not deserve your carcass. Exile is your destiny,” responded Moses Kuria.
This is however, not the first time the two are engaged in an exchange of words on the social media platform.
In September last year, Kuria and Miguna exchanged words over the brutal murder of university student Sharon Otieno.
Miguna claimed that those who loudly mourned Sharon were the same people who dined with the killers of former Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) ICT Manager Chris Msando
Miguna went ahead to mention Moses Kuria and President Uhuru as the killers of Msando.
MP Kuria responded saying he regretted dining with Miguna, despite knowing he had three rape cases against him, in Canada.
“The same way I regret dining with you when I knew very well you had, not one, not two but three rape cases in Ontario,” said Moses Kuria.
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