‘Eti Kikuyu elders have been invited to reconcile Bill and Melinda Gates’ Moses Kuria takes jibe at Wachira Wa Kiago

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It is obvious that Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria has learnt the art of hitting where it pains the most.


Be it on social media or even on talk shows, the second term legislature can decide to choose some of the hardest words to take on opponents while sometimes humorously picking on satirical expressions to take a jibe at them.

Well his latest prey was the Kikuyu Council of elders led by their chairman Wachira Wa Kiago.

The lawmaker who has previously expressed his disappointment on the council of elders over their unfair involvement in political matters, hilariously claimed that the organization was processing travels to make peace between billionaire couple Bill and Melinda Gates who recently announced their divorce.

” Wachira Wa Kiago and his Kikuyu Council of Elders were spotted at the US Embassy looking for Visas yesterday. Ati they have been invited to reconcile Bill & Melinda. Jeeso!” Kuria wrote.

Whereas many of his followers took his tweet literally, a few thought it was directed to a simmering divorce between President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM Party leader Raila Odinga. Others thought it was in reference to the break up between the president and his deputy William Ruto.

“The meaning is localized! Who are these two this important who have divorced? No 1 and 2 or handshake couples?” One twitter user posed.

Even though the spilt between Uhuru and Ruto is now obvious, the same can only be suspect following reports that two handshake partners are apparently not reading from the same page as far as the politics surrounding the Building Bridges Initiative is concerned.


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