Gatundu South Member of Parliament (MP) Moses Kuria has blamed Opposition Chief Raila Odinga for the lack of rains in various parts of the country and also the challenges that have hit the country in the recent past.
Speaking at Gathoge Trading Centre in Gichugu Constituency, Kuria questioned why the short rains had only begun when Odinga was out of the country.
“How come that good things happen only when this man (Raila) is out of the Country. Last week the president came to parliament and addressed us without the usual whistleblowers and hecklers, the prolonged lectures strike was ended. The rains have started in some places,” said Kuria.
The Gatundu South Legislator told Odinga to prepare for a major defeat in the upcoming polls, adding that he (Raila) had proved to be the source of the problems that Kenya has been facing.
The controversial lawmaker further alleged that Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho, was banned from attending the President’s function in Mombasa since he was planning to sell drugs at the function.
Kuria went ahead to warn that the Jubilee team would no longer tolerate governors disrespecting the President.
He was accompanied by Kikuyu MP Kimani Ichung’wa and other local leaders affiliated to Jubilee.
On his part, Ichung'a condemned the Opposition team accusing them of perfecting the art of insulting the President instead of showing Kenyans alternative leadership which they claim to fight for.
Meanwhile, Odinga, who has been in the US for over a week, is expected to jet back to the country on Monday morning.