Moses Kuria to be kicked out of parliament if the Elijah Gicharu Kimani petition affirmed

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Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria. FILE


Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria in trouble after a petitioner moved to the High court querying the removal of the legislator from office on grounds of corruption and nepotism claims.


The petitioner, Mr Elijah Gicharu Kimani from Kiambu County, says in his affidavit that in the year 2016, a self-audit of Gatundu South CDF discovered nepotism and conflict of interest in awarding tenders amounting to Sh170,878,413.


“We discovered that most of the contracts had been awarded to companies owned by close relatives of the respondent,” says Mr Kimani in his affidavit.


The petitioner alleges that contracts worth Sh32,531,540 were awarded to Finishline Construction Limited, a company whose director is one Aloise Kinyajui Kuria, a brother to the legislator.

The petitioner further claims that another company identified as Mwaura Timber Yard Limited whose director is one Charles Regeru Nguru, a brother to the MP, was irregularly awarded a tender worth Sh15,761,445 to construct three schools in Gatundu South.

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