Friday January 11, 2019-Moments after Gatundu South MP, Moses Kuria, was beaten into submission following his recent outburst against President Uhuru Kenyatta’s development record in Central Kenya that almost forced him to quit as an MP as a result of backlash from his backyard over his remarks, details have emerged regarding the people who talked him out of it.

According to sources, former Jubilee Vice Chairman, David Murathe, and President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Deputy Chief of Staff, Njee Muturi, forced Kuria to rescind the decision to resign.

The sources revealed that Kuria was with Murathe on Tuesday night until 3am to discuss the resignation and reportedly talked him out of it. 

Murathe and Muturi allegedly told Kuria that resignation would embarrass Uhuru and it would appear as though he was forcing the vocal legislator from his backyard to quit.

Kuria had accused Uhuru of neglecting Central Kenya in terms of development.



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