Two weeks after the symbolic lunch date with Raila Odinga, Moses Kuria is now accusing the CORD leader for not honoring the pact they made to launch peace caravans across the country but, rather using them to incite the public against Jubilee.
The Gatundu South MP who had been captured alluding to a plot to assassinate Raila in a viral video,publicly set aside his differences with the former Prime Minister and showed gratitude for his forgiveness. However, yesterday during an event at the African Independent Pentecostal Church of Africa, things took a different turn after the Jubilee MPs lashed out at Raila for being a hindrance to peace in the country.
“He recently went to Mombasa, Kakamega and Kisii but instead of uniting Kenyans as we had concurred, he was at his best campaigning for Cord. He has clearly shown he is not for peace in this country.” He said.
Moses Kuria had earlier told the press that the peace initiative would be backed by all the leaders who had been detained for hate speech charges. This was allegedly discussed during the lunch date that was not attended by his Jubilee counterpart Ferdinand Waititu.
The Kabete MP said the youth meetings Raila has been holding should be investigated and that Interior CS Joseph Nkaissery warned that Cord leaders are “planning something” and the meetings have a hidden agenda”.
“I am not saying it is wrong to meet.” He continued, “but I am insisting they should make the agenda of the meetings clear to Kenyans,”.
The MPs have promised to continue with their mission of preaching peace, excluding politics from their meetings as they fight for their bid to maintain it especially during next year’s general elections.