Fiery Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria is at it once again, blaming the media for what he termed as a “collective ban” after missing out in coverage from all the major media houses.
Kuria alleged that the collective ban is effected every time he he makes critical comments, leaving him in the blackout despite him being a leader and a newsmaker.
He added that he will never tire in reminding the media of how indemocratic they are, blaming the collective ban on a few individuals.
“Every time I make critical comments against the media, they impose collective ban on me. I have gotten used to this. I will keep reminding them how undemocratic they are. Nation Editorial Director MM’s weekly trip to the 6th floor of Harambee House remains the biggest threat to media freedom in Kenya.” Kuria wrote.
He made the comments while responding to Sunday Nation headline that read “Uhuru-Raila Plot BBI Comeback” detailing how the two leaders are exploring the recent court ruling that declared the BBI process illegal.
Known for courting controversy has largely relied on his huge following on social media to reach out to the public.
While at it, he comments on social issues and trending political topics, most recent being the BBI dilemma that has seen him take on President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga head on as he took his celebrations to social media.