What Moses Kuria said after Senator Linturi ‘madoa doa’ remarks

Gatundu member of Parliament Moses Kuria has revealed that he is willing and ready to offer counseling classes for political leaders who are over whelmed and can’t control themselves from uttering hate speech and incitement language.

Taking to his social media page on Tuesday 11th Jan, Kuria pointed out that arresting and arraigning the leaders a cused of using inciteful sentiments will not help.

According to chama cha kazi party leader, those leaders can only suffer hight bail terms and detention, an action he said cannot change them.

“There is no point charging the politicians because the High Court declared Section 96 of the Criminal Procedure Code (Incitement to violence and disobedience to the law (unconstitutional. That ruling still stands.

“The only punishment that the politicians suffer is pre-plea detention and higher bail terms.” The outspoken legislator said.

Kuria, having been accused of hate speech in several occasions, he noted that just like him, leaders should go through personal development to desist from unlawful act.

“As a reformed ranking member of that ignominious club who had been charged in 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 and all acquitted, I can only say the ultimate solution is self-regulation among the political class and adherence to a Code of conduct,” Kuria said.

Moses kuria’s sentiments comes few days after Meru senator hon. Mithika Linturi’s madoa doa remarks in eldoret during Ruto’s mega rally.

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