Tuesday June 25, 2019 - Gatundu South Member of Parliament (MP), Moses Kuria, has confessed to being the man responsible for convening the meetings that were held at La Mada Hotel, off Thika road.
The agenda of the aforementioned meetings have since turned controversial after reports emerged that Deputy President William Ruto allegedly claimed that the assembly was aimed at ending his life.
"I constituted the whole set of meetings and I am ready by the way.”
“I can record my statement at any given time with the Directorate of Criminal Investigations," stated Kuria.
However, the vocal MP made it clear that the meeting was geared towards development agendas and trying to come up with ways in which to achieve various development goals.
"I prefer to remain completely neutral in the entire matter.”
“However, all I'm saying is that you should not de-legitimize people meeting about development," he asserted.
At the same time, Kuria defended his intentions as well as those of other members present at the meeting, adding that he would, in fact, move the next meeting's venue from La Mada Hotel to his personal residence.
He insisted that he will remain totally impartial regarding the current grave accusations, adding that if investigators wanted his statement they knew where to find him.
"If the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) boss, George Kinoti, wants my statement he can call me," Kuria divulged.
The Kenyan DAILY POST