Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has taken a rare stand in support of Raila Odinga over Kalonzo Musyoka’s alleged betrayal during Nasa’s “oath-taking” ceremony.

While the Wiper Party leader and his fellow co-principals Moses Wetangula and Musalia Mudavadi have since blamed the withdrawal of their respective security details for missing the ceremony, Moses Kuria believes there was a disagreement between the Nasa leaders.

Moses Kuria claims that after a heated argument they agreed to go to Uhuru Park but only on one condition- Raila had to publicly announce that he would not vie in 2022.

“The three agreed with Baba to meet on the morning of 30th January to finalise on their 2022 renunciation demand. Come the morning of 30th January, Kalonzo and Musalia arrived at the Karen home of Wetangula.

“They try to call Jakom who was by that time at Dusit Hotel, Riverside. Raila refused to pick their calls. At around 2 pm Baba calls them back and asks them to meet him at Uhuru Park,” narrated Moses Kuria.

Being the controversial legislator he usually is, Moses Kuria took to his Facebook page to slate Kalonzo for crying during a press conference yesterday.

Kalonzo was overwhelmed by emotions when Odinga mentioned the attack at his house where his sick wife was recuperating.

“I want to tell my brother Kalonzo pole (sorry) for the attack which was done in his compound against his family,” Odinga stated.

“My brother here has got a sick wife who is ambulant in the house. Imagine the kind of shock that such a person receives when a grenade is thrown into the compound and bullets are fired,” he added.

This moved the former vice president as he struggled to hold back his tears.

With Kenyans sympathizing with Kalonzo’s plight, Moses Kuria was not buying it and said he had lost all respect for Kalonzo.

The MP questioned Kalonzo’s tears and declared that he was on Raila’s side.

Read his post below.

“Kalonzo wept. I have my differences with Tinga but I still do have profound respect for the man. My main beef with him emanates from the fact that whereas his place in history is cast in stone, he allows his supporters to cast stones at his place in history, literally.

But as for Kalonzo Musyoka, I have lost the scant respect I had for you. As in how dare you weep?

On 29th January there was a heated argument between Raila and his three sisters-Kalonzo, Wetangula and Musalia. At the end of the day, they agreed to go to Uhuru Park but only on one condition- Raila had to publicly announce that he would not vie in 2022.

All this time they were sending signals to all and sundry that they were trying to talk Raila out of his silly swearing-in plan. Which, of course, was dishonest and duplicitous.

The three agreed with Baba to meet on the morning of 30th January to finalise on their 2022 renunciation demand. Come the morning of 30th January, Kalonzo and Musalia arrived at the Karen home of Wetangula. They try to call Jakom who was by that time at Dusit Hotel, Riverside. Raila refused to pick their calls.

At around 2 pm Baba calls them back and asks them to meet him at Uhuru Park. They thought it was a joke. With TVs switched off they had no way of knowing. Only to learn that Baba had taken the ‘oath’ while they were still having a threesome at Wetangula’s. And now you dare cry! Tutigithie!

On this, I am with Tinga. Pretenders are worse than murderers.”