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I Warned You Raila Doesn't Mean Well For You - Moses Kuria Tells Uhuru Over Revenue Formula Stalement

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I Warned You Raila Doesn't Mean Well For You - Moses Kuria Tells Uhuru Over Revenue Formula Stalement

Gatundu South parliamentarian Moses Kuria has reminded President Uhuru Kenyatta of a time he warned him about his handshake buddy Opposition leader Raila Odinga.

The MP, who was speaking in reference to the contentious revenue allocation formula that 18 ODM senators opposed on Tuesday, July 28, said Raila should have helped Uhuru by rallying his allies behind the bill.


I warned you Raila doesn't mean well for you - Moses Kuria tells Uhuru over revenue formula stalement


Speaking at Murang'a during the burial of MP Ndindi Nyoro's grandmother, Kuria said he had warned the president that Raila had ulterior motives since he was acting like he wanted to take Uhuru's position.

"Out of the 25 senators that opposed the bill, 18 were from Raila Odinga and NASA. I have two questions, our president I had warned you about this person, (Raila) if he is with you and with all his powers, he could have rallied his senators so that we can all be together," he said.
"This person (Raila), it is like one who runs after his father looking for a title. Raila wants a title so that he is running after our president to snatch the title from him," the MP added.

The firebrand legislator also scoffed at Senate Majority Whip Irungu Kang'ata for failing to ensure the revenue sharing formula passed in the Upper House.

He asked him to get the requisite votes in the same way he did when the Jubilee Party unceremoniously ousted Senators Kipchumba Murkomen and Susan Kihika from leadership positions in the Senate.

Kuria further drummed up support for the population-driven allocation formula stating it was necessary to ensure counties get share according to their population.


In a strong message to their party leaders, the majority of the senators shot down the controversial revenue allocation sharing formula for the sixth time on Tuesday.

Kang'ata moved a motion seeking to amend the report to have the application of the new formula postponed to 2022, which the legislators also opposed.

The formula is also set to threaten the stability of the handshake between Uhuru and Raila after the Murang'a senator said Jubilee would opt out of the BBI if ODM senators failed to support the bill.

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