Moses Kuria Attacks Raila Odinga Following Trump Victory


Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria is at it again, he has unleashed a scathing attack on Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) leader Raila Odinga.

Kuria, who is known for his harsh words against Raila has also dragged Amani National Congress chief Musalia Mudavadi in the same melee, and it has everything to do with the just concluded US elections.

Kuria took to social media- facebook- and wrote the following words;

“May I take this opportunity to demand that the flower girls of Kenyan politics who were sponsored by the National Democratic Institute (NDI) to attend the National Democratic Convention (NDC) and endorse the pitiful Hillary Clinton resign and take a sabbatical from Kenyan politics. You were pitiful. Hillary was clueless. Shame on you Raila Odinga, Musalia Mudavadi and Johnson Sakaja”, Kuria wrote on his Facebook page.

The controversial legislator asked the “flower girls” to quit politics as they were an embarrassment to the respectable Kenyan politics.

This is not the first time Kuria who recently had a brush with the law, has put the ODM leader on the spot. He spent three nights in a police cell a few months ago after a video of him calling for the assassination of Raila Odinga went viral on social media.

It will be remembered that Raila endorsed Hillary Clinton some time back and not just that but also attended the above mentioned convention in Philadelphia where Clinton was officially declared the Democratic Party candidate.

The convention was sponsored by the National Democratic Institute (NDI) and apart from the above mentioned, former presidential candidate and Narc Kenya leader Martha Karua also converged with other leaders in the American state of Pennsylvania.

Trump sent shockwaves around the world after taking an early lead on the Tuesday, November 8 poll, keeping the momentum until defeating the Democratic Party’s Hillary Clinton who had been tipped by many pollsters as the likely winner.

The Donald bagged 288 electoral votes, over and above the mandatory 270.

Hillary Clinton phoned triumphant Donald Trump to concede defeat immediately the race was called.

Trump won in the traditional battleground states including some that were expected to sway towards Clinton’s.