Gatundu member of parliament Moses Kuria has stated that the members of parliament who are voting yes to pass the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) bill have been paid.
According to Moses Kuria, the members of parliament were each paid 100,00 Kenya shillings in order to pass the document.
“MPs voting YES currently receiving their 100K from the office of a senior parliamentary leader.” Wrote Moses Kuria on his social media page.
His sentiments came in the wake of the legislators voting unanimously with only a few voting NO to reject the same.
Shockingly, even one William Ruto ally Kimani Ngunjiri voted yes despite his previous stand that has never favored the handshake proponents.
In the meantime, almost all the members of parliament allied to the deputy president William Ruto voted No. They included Kiharu member of parliament Ndindi Nyoro, Gatundu member of parliament Moses Kuria, Kikuyu constituency member of parliament and Kimani Ichungwa amongst others.
In the meantime, the Gatundu member of parliament recently revealed that nowadays he is forced to put on a Muslim buibui whenever he goes to campaign for his candidate in the Juja by-election.
According to Moses Kuria, the government had banned him from accessing any part of Juja until further notice.
“The government has banned me from being in any part of Juja even if it’s to pee. I am tired of always having to wear a Buibui every time I am in Juja to avoid arrest.” Said Moses Kuria.
The Juja by-election has seen Moses Kuria support Mr. George Ndung’u Koimburi to face off with the Jubilee candidate Susan Njeri Waititu, the window to the late mp Francis Munuya wakapee.
Mr. George is running on a People’s Empowerment Party (PPE) with Moses Kuria insisting that his candidate will emerge victorious in the by election scheduled for 18th this month.