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Sonko should be summoned over ‘weed confession’ — Moses Kuria
By Vincent Kejitan | Updated Jan 25, 2019 at 12:21 EAT
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Moses Kuria
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“24 hours later, neither has Kenneth Marende nor JB Muturi issued a statement about the confessions..."

“From today no youth from my constituency will be arrested for suspicion of possessing bhang..."

Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria wants Nairobi governor Mike Sonko investigated following his confession that he used to smoke bhang during his early days in parliament.

Speaking during a live TV interview with Jeff Koinange on Wednesday, Sonko revealed that he used to sneak into a toilet at parliament buildings to smoke weed.

Kuria now wants Speaker Justin Muturi to summon the governor, sarcastically mentioning that no youth in his constituency should be arrested on suspicion of possessing bhang.


“24 hours later, neither has Kenneth Marende nor JB Muturi issued a statement about the confessions by our leading government chemists Governors Sonko and Waititu about what they were doing in that toilet.

“It is the same toilet that is used for Ksh 10,000 bribes as per Hon Gathoni wa Muchomba. IG Joseph Boinett is yet to ask the 2 governors to record a statement with anti-narcotics unit. Or may be Parliamentary immunity includes drugs and murder?

“What message are we sending? Really!!” asked Kuria.

He further added: “From today no youth from my constituency will be arrested for suspicion of possessing bhangi. Sonko has shown us the way.”

During the interview, Sonko also spoke about his days at Shimo La Tewa, Kamiti and Industrial Area remand prisons, saying he used to engage in dubious deals that landed him behind bars.

He admitted to being a fraudster then but stated that he has since changed his ways and is fully focused on making the lives of Nairobians better.



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