The Tangatanga Brigade has continued to shine in the last few weeks, especially after winning a 2 seats in the recently concluded by-elections humiliating Jubilee in the process.
Moses Kuria’s party managed to win the Juja parliamentary seat, and while addressing Juja electorates after clinching the victory last week, Kuria fired a series of fatal attacks towards president Uhuru Kenyatta.
The vocal MP raised concerns on whether president Kenyatta would agree to go home come 2022 as he accused his men for trying to manipulate the vote in Juja.
Kuria alluded that Kiambu governor James Nyoro who forced the tallying of the votes to stop after storming the tallying process had not been arrested.
According to him, such acts by Uhuru’s allies are starting to raise doubts on whether Uhuru will cling to power beyond 2022. The MP hence dared the president to come out in public and declare whether hell come home in 2022.
Kuria’s message appears to have itched the president forcing him to respond through a series of veiled attacks towards the Tangatanga MP.
While addressing the public during the launch of ultra-modern Neema abattoir at Lucky Summer, Nairobi yesterday, Kenyatta warned other political leaders in the country to exercise restraint and respect those in office adding that such acts would not stop him from delivering to Kenyans.
“Tuheshimu kila mtu. Hii mambo ya matusi mnasikia sikia, wacha waendelee. Tutaona kama hiyo ndio watu wanataka kuendelea na matusi waendelee na matusi. Haitatusimamisha sisi kufanya kazi. Kwa sababu tunajua waKenya ambao ndio wengi haja yao sio maneno, haja ni kazi ambayo ndio kwa sababu wanachagua viongozi wao,” lamented Uhuru.
The President, in what appears as an indirect response to PEP leader Moses Kuria, following the outcome of the Juja by- election, has called on leaders to exercise restraint and respect people in office. #NTVTonight @MarkMasai pic.twitter.com/JE5iLZPaRX
— NTV Kenya (@ntvkenya) May 26, 2021