Too many Red Cards, there must be something brewing.....

KamauLM

Village Elder
#1
The last I saw moses Kuria he had been roughed up, probably by goons of some politicians based on his statement. Being from the president's backyard, Kuria was bold to question the social order. He called the president on development but the story has been politicized to sound like he insulted him.
The question is why have all these politicians given Red cards in the previous elections descended on one man in claims of defending the President. My theory is there is a new Handshake government at stake and these Red cards are trying to find themselves position in this formation. Allies of WSR like the Bahati MP and Kuria are not very supportive of that notion. There also ongoing corruption since the Handshake since there is no opposition to question the government.
 
#2
The last I saw moses Kuria he had been roughed up, probably by goons of some politicians based on his statement. Being from the president's backyard, Kuria was bold to question the social order. He called the president on development but the story has been politicized to sound like he insulted him.
The question is why have all these politicians given Red cards in the previous elections descended on one man in claims of defending the President. My theory is there is a new Handshake government at stake and these Red cards are trying to find themselves position in this formation. Allies of WSR like the Bahati MP and Kuria are not very supportive of that notion. There also ongoing corruption since the Handshake since there is no opposition to question the government.
Allocations are done when making the budget, where has Kuria been all along ?
 

KamauLM

Village Elder
#3
MK did well to question the president, traditionally people do not dare their regional kingpins. As for development there are various agencies like KURA, Kenha, Ministries which are under the national government.
 
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