Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria has blamed opposition leader, Raila Odinga, for the labour crisis that has faced the country in the recent past.
The controversial MP claimed that Odinga has been behind the just concluded protracted strikes by doctors and university lecturers.
Speaking at Gathoge Trading Centre in Gichugu Constituency, Kuria insinuated that it is not by coincidence that the strikes were resolved when Odinga was away whereas negotiations to end them while he was in the country always hit a snag.
“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 whistle blowers and hecklers, the prolonged lectures strike was ended. The rains have started in some places,” said Kuria.
He warned Odinga to prepare for a huge fall on August 8 when Kenyans go to the polls, saying that he has proved to be the source of the problems that Kenya has been facing.
Kuria also claimed that governor Joho was banned from attending the President’s function since he was planning to sell drugs at the function.