Uhuru’s second term has been a fail — Moses Kuria
| Mar 7th 2020 | 2 min read
Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria on Friday tore into Jubilee
Party’s second term in office saying it had failed to execute anything worth
Speaking during an event that was attended by DP William
Ruto in Kandara, Murang’a County, Kuria said that Jubilee delivered during the
first term but had been derailed by BBI talk and other issues in the second
Appearing to take a swipe at the President’s backing of the BBI, Kuria said he would only support the document if it is meant to serve Kenyans and not to create positions for some politicians.
"All the work that you see here happened over the first
term of Jubilee's administration. That's when we built these technical
institutions, that's when we connected electricity when we built roads and
implemented free maternity.
“All that happened during the first term, not the
second," he said.
Adding: "Do you see any development in the country now?
There's no progress coming from that house, even a rat can't find something to
eat. This term is utter nonsense, a complete waste.
"All the people you see here are just out for their own
self-interest. I don't have a problem with BBI, I have a problem with a BBI
that seeks to fix politicians in certain positions. It is this BBI that I
reject and I will continue rejecting it even if it costs me my life."
Kuria also vowed not to be part of a team that will take ODM
leader Raila Odinga to State House.
“Raila Omolo Odinga, even by the threat of fire, will not be
our chosen elect. He who has ears should listen now: this pre-determined BBI of
forcing leaders upon us we reject.
“A BBI that will unite Kenyans, we will accept but for all the rest: they [BBI proponents] should forget them as they forgot how to suckle breast milk."
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