Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has condemned Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria for his frequent attacks on President Uhuru Kenyatta.

Kalonzo noted that Kuria was shaming the President when he should be in the frontline in defending him.

He singled out the controversial lawmaker as one who should be an example on how the head of state should be respected.

Speaking in Gatundu South, Kiambu County, on Tuesday, 25th February, the former Vice-President asked the local residents to caution their MP against going against the President.

“You know charity begins at home. He can’t be the President’s MP and at the same time the one shaming him in public.

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“Tell him to respect the Head of State. How would you feel if you were Uhuru and your own MP is against you?” Kalonzo asked.

He also said it was ironical that leaders far away from Gatundu believe in the President and yet his MP is his enemy.

“People like us who have never voted for Uhuru now believe in him. Why is Kuria going against the President and yet he voted for him? Let’s tell Kuria to come back and he will be forgiven,” he said.

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Kuria has been a fierce critic of the President, accusing him of abandoning the people of Mt Kenya who voted him to the last man.

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The outspoken lawmaker laments that the President has been taking development projects to other regions that did not vote for him .

He and other Tangatanga MPs from the region have been asking the President prioritise assistance to people who stood with him at his time of need.

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