This is what MOSES KURIA said about list of 150 MPs who were bribed with sh.10,000 each to drop the sugar report

Wednesday August 15, 2018 - Gatundu South MP, Moses Kuria, has for once spoken about the controversial list of MPs who were bribed in Parliament to drop the sugar report last week.
In a post on social media on Tuesday, Kuria  termed the list as 'fake' because some of the legislators quoted were absent from the National Assembly on Thursday last week when money exchanged hands.

“To complete the theatre of the absurd, mainstream media allowed a gutter publication, The Weekly Citizen, to run amok with a fake list of those who were 'bribed', including Igembe North MP, Maoka Maore, who is recuperating in a hospital abroad," Kuria said.

The controversial legislator, however, admitted that the sugar report had put Parliament in a bad light adding that it has been a 'sad week to be an MP and a terrible week to be a Kenyan.

“This sugar issue is epitomization of everything wrong with our leadership and the attendant lack of national ethos. The joint committees had made up their minds on who they wanted to indict the minute they were constituted. Any evidence to be gathered was simply to buttress their fixed minds," he said.


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