Moses Kuria has made a name for himself for being controversial. He was recently arrested over hate speech allegations and released on a 2 million bond. As if that’s not all, MPs questioned and protested against Moses Kuria’s TNA Gatundu South ticket which they claim was rigged.

This has adversely brought about Sharp divisions in President Uhuru Kenyatta’s TNA party over its decision to grant outspoken activist Moses Kuria the ticket to contest the Gatundu South parliamentary seat. Irked Hon. Kanini Keega was adamant that the party nominations were never fair. “There is an overwhelming evidence that the person who was granted the ticket is not the one who won the nominations,” said Kega

As always, Moses retaliated in a statement that he posted on his controversial Facebook page that read: “I have restrained myself from responding to the URP wing in TNA led by my friend Hon Kanini Keega. But from tomorrow the battle begins.”

It’s game on for Moses. Check out the post: