Kenyans were treated to a bitter clash when Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria faced off with Jubilee, Karimi Njama who is eyeing the Kiambaa parliamentary seat in the coming by-election.
It all began when the Jubilee party candidate took to social media noting that Kuria is known for chaos and warning them the Tanga Tanga brigade not to bring their chaos to Kiambaa but instead embrace politics of unity and development.
“Good morning my people… Today we have visitors from other constituencies led by Moses Kuria, who is well known for hooliganism. I wish to categorically state that as Kiambaa people we are very peaceful, Kuria and his team must uphold peace while doing their activity today in Gachie.
“We embrace politics of development and not politics of division and hooliganism in Kiambaa. I wish you all a blessed day,” wrote the aspirant.
The warning did not go down well with Kuria who responded almost immediately dismissing the concerns and asserting that the event will go down as planned.
“Dear Mr Pyjama. You have no right to allow or refuse anyone entry into Gachie. We Will be there to shop for our families and leave money in the pockets of WANJIKU traders” Kuria fired.
Jubilee and UDA are currently locked in a bitter fight for the control of Mount Kenya with the war pitting DP Ruto on one side and President Uhuru Kenyatta on the other.
Many opine that the Kambaa election will be an indicator of who is winning the war after Jubilee suffered a series of embarrassing defeats in recent by-elections.