Party summons Kuria over ‘loose tongue’
The National Alliance party (TNA) has summoned embattled Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria to the party’s disciplinary committee over allegations of incitement to violence.
In a press statement, TNA national chairman Johnson Sakaja says; “Pursuant to the party’s constitutional dispensation, the party has decided to summon the MP over his utterances that appeared to manifest acts of indiscipline and portrayed the party in bad light.”
Sakaja added; “The party will serve the MP in due course with the detailed particulars of the charges that he is expected to face when he appears before it.”
The summons comes hours after Kuria was grilled by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) officers at the CID headquarters over his remarks that drew condemnation from the National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) as incitement.
According to NCIC chairman Francis Ole Kaparo Kuria’s comments to the effect of Kuria’s utterances is reason enough to have him behind bars.
The Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) Keriako Tobiko also added that he had made an application of urgency to the court seeking the cancellation of Kuria’s bail that will see the him face further charges for separate criminal offences relating to his latest utterance.
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