Moses Kuria confesses storming a funeral and lying throughout his speech just to campaign for Uhuru
9 months ago, 15 Jan 18:46
Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has confessed how politicians use lies to win votes. Kuria narrated one of the moments he was embarrassed after he was caught telling lies in Nyamira. Moses Kuria is one of the vocal politicians who campaigned for Uhuru Kenyatta and still supports DP Ruto's 2022 bid Outspoken Gatundu South MP has opened the lid on how politicians use lies to woo voters to support them during elections. In a video that has gone viral on social media and messaging platforms, Kuria excites a crowd by narrating how when he was campaigning for the reelection of President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto, he was caught blatantly telling lies. Kuria narrated how while on a campaign trail in Nyamira with MP Kago wa Lydia, came across a crowd but they were not sure what the people were doing and after inquiring, they were told it was a funeral. The MP narrated that after the MC identified him, he was asked to address the mourners and it was at that point when he started to lie as he sought for votes for Uhuru. First, Kuria narrated that he got the gender of the deceased wrong when he thought it was a lady yet it was a man. Another blunder was when he said they had had talks just a week earlier with the deceased but the MC corrected him and informed him that the body had just arrived the previous day from abroad. Not to back down, as he campaigned for Jubilee, Kuria went on an overdrive telling more lies as he promised that the Jubilee government would take care of the children left behind by the deceased but again, the MC corrected him that it was a a priest who had died. Kuria's narration exposes the lies that politicians use as they seek support in their respective bids. Kuria's narration exposes the lies that politicians use as they seek support in their respective bids. Schools are demanding for school fees as they opened for the 2018 calendar. NASA promised the same but it is likely, they would have not implemented the same if what Moses Kuria said and what is happening in schools today is anything to go by.
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