Kenyans have reacted after Gatundu South Member or Parliament Moses Kuria called Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru a harlot.
‘I sympathize with President Kenyatta. If there was a project that could have transformed Kenya more than the Big 4 combined it was the NYS as originally designed.
The President meant well. Till he entrusted the program to a kleptomaniac harlot.’ Kuria wrote
Kleptomania is the inability to refrain from the urge for stealing items and is usually done for reasons other than personal use or financial gain.
In this instance a Kleptomania harlot is one who cannot stop the urge to sleep around.
Below are some of the reactions from Kenyans
Timothy Kabira Ndubai: kuria is much aware he is dying politically…he must kick just like a dying donkey will.kuria is aware kenyatta 2rd is retiring then front the son to take his seat in gatundu.
Adede Owalla Derep-Ruoth How can you insult our daughter Her Excelency Anne Mumbi Anyango Waya-Oguro?
Are you trying to say you are wiser than Baba who washed her with the blood of Jaramogi at Capitol Hill Repentance and Holiness Altar?
Leave our daughter alone please, leave Waya-Oguro alone for Baba’s sake – that lady is clean ; that NYS money was not your mother’s.
LONG LIVE HER EXCELENCY WAYA-OGURO. EAT KIRINYAGA SLOWLY MUMMY, USINYONGWE, UKOPOINT.
Richard Barake It’s evident hon Kuria now requires rehabilitation and urgently. Hope Kiambu leaders will organise for his admission for the same without further delay.
Hillaire de Lilechi: Stop spending so much time on Kenyans, have time with your wife now you should be giving her morning glory and feeling all the sweetness God placed in her.
Nyabiba Asamba: As if harlot was not enough, you have to had klepto also? Kenya has never been the same ever since Waiguru was married
Peter Musyoka: When did you become aware of this sir. The last time i checked you were telling the youth of gatundu to slash anybody accusing the harlot of stealing.
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