Moses Kuria, together with other Members of Parliament, Joyce Korir, Robert Pukose and Cornelly Serem have been given 7 days by the Jubilee party to explain why they should not be dismissed from National Assembly committees.
MP Joyce Chepkoech is to be axed from the Labour and Social Welfare Committee, Moses Kuria from Transport, Public Works and Housing Committee, Robert Pukose from the Energy Committee and Cornelly Serem from the Trade, Industry and Co-operative Committee.
On Wednesday, 3rd June, the four letters drafted by Emmanuel Wangwe, the Majority Whip in the National Assembly.
“Pursuant to Standing Orders 176 (1) and 176 (2) you are hereby notified that the Jubilee party which nominated you intends to discharge you, you are hereby given 7 days to respond before you are discharged,” the letter read.
The four are among Deputy President William Ruto’s top allies in his 2022 presidential bid.
Just hours ago, Moses Kuria shared two puzzling messages that alluded to his life being in danger. He compared himself to leaders who had allegedly been assassinated by previous regimes.
“Kungu Karumba, Dr Johnstone Muthiora, Pio Gama Pinto, Tom Mboya, JM Kariuki. The take-home message of the day, the sword never went back without meat. Lord Hear Us.
“So what after you kill me? Am I the last one who will speak the truth to you and your power?” his statement reads.
He made it clear that he was not afraid and was ready to die for his people.
“My father taught me that sometimes you unleash the sword, but always remember to secure it in its sheath,” the president stated.