Kenyans reactions to Moses Kuria’s walk out
Embattled Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria shot to the top of Twitter trends last night when he stormed out of a live studio interview.
Kuria, who is under fire for ‘hate speech’ remarks he made while addressing youth concerning the National Youth Service (NYS) project, was meant to answer to allegations of incitement on The Big Question.
The MP, who had previously accused the media of misquoting him, walked out when Hussein Mohammed asked him to explain his videotaped remarks.
Kenyans on Twitter kicked off the trend #WhyMosesKuriaLeft, sharing their views on why the Jubilee leader walked out.
— Shaffie Weru (@ShaffieWeru) July 14, 2015
— Vinny Jurazz (@vinnyjurazz) July 14, 2015
Has Moses Kuria walked out or he has been edited walking out? Lol!
— Dikembe (@Disembe) July 14, 2015
Shortest headline: 'Moses Left' #Whymoseskurialeft
— Schrödinger (@Olez) July 14, 2015
— ★Kibet★ (@IvanTafari) July 14, 2015
— Kenya West© (@KinyanBoy) July 14, 2015
#whykurialeft He went to collect a panga from his car to demonstrate that it was not a weapon but was not allowed back by the guards
— Charles Kimani (@Waganjo_Kimani) July 15, 2015
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