Gatundu South Member of Parliament has dismissed claims of having serious bad blood between him and President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Speaking on trace TV on Wednesday, Moses Kuria maintained that he still is in talking terms with President Kenyatta and even proceeded to call his (Uhuru’s) cell in order to confirm the same.
However, the President’s phone went an unanswered, with Kuria noting that it his highly likely that the Head of State was held up in some official function.
“He must be attending to State business in Congo,” Kuria said after the call went unanswered.
Kuria addressed several issues including the future of Jubilee party, Covid-19 pandemic, Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) and the TangaTanga
On the issue of the BBI, Kuria maintained that not all amendments need to be subjected to a referendum. Stating that the BBI owners are just hungry for power.
“There are good things about the BBI but most of the reforms do not require a referendum. But the owners of the BBI are trying to perpetuate power. That’s the main agenda of the BBI…”
The Outspoken Member Of parliament says that he’s a member of TangaTanga, not because he joined, but because he’s the one that created it.
“I did not join Tanga Tanga, I created Tanga Tanga. The Tanga Tanga movement is strong in spirit. There’s a deep message within it which I can summarise as ‘self determination..”