Don’t drag me in your stupidity, Kuria tells Sudi after anti-Uhuru slur


Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has warned his Kapseret counterpart Oscar Sudi against using his name when reprimanding President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Kuria told Sudi to stop dragging him in his stupidity and instead let the courts deal with matters before them without any interference.
Sudi who addressed the media on Wednesday over the arrest of Treasury CS Henry Rotich, PS Kamau Thugge and other senior government officials over the Arror and Kimwarer dams scandal did not have kind words for President Uhuru and his leadership.
Sudi had challenged President Uhuru to resign and allow him (Sudi) to run the county for three months with Kuria as his deputy, remarks that did not sit well with the Gatundu legislator.
Kuria said Sudi’s outburst was a warning to Kenyans of what the Kapseret MP can be if his friends were to be elected to State House.
“Your comments make many people wonder how you would behave if you are allowed 50-kilometre radius from a future State House,” said Kuria.
“Kuria is a lone ranger who chooses his wars and solely fight them hence dos not need any help from Sudi.”
Sudi also accused President Uhuru of using and dumping Saying after seven years as his Treasury CS.


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