Moses Kuria’s Facebook account hacked

By , K24 Digital
On Sun, 19 Dec, 2021 14:04 | < 1 min read
Former Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria. PHOTO/Courtesy

Ailing Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria's Facebook page has been allegedly hacked.

This, he revealed through his official Twitter account on Sunday, December 19.

"My Facebook page has been hacked and lost. Someone is really determined. Now I have to just stay here kwa watu wa uber na fish fingers," he tweeted.

This comes a day after he conceded defeat after his Chama Cha Kazi (CCK) political party lost the Kiagu ward seat to Deputy President William Ruto's United Democratic Alliance (UDA) in Meru county.

Milton Mwenda Kabobo who flew the CCK party ticket lost to Simon Kiambi of UDA who garnered 2,440 votes against Kabobo's 1, 824 votes.

Samson Kinyua of Jubilee Party emerged third with 1,509 votes.

While thanking Kiagu ward residents for supporting his candidate despite having not done elaborate campaigns owing to his health situation, Kuria stated that the electorate had sent a strong message that the future of Meru, Mt Kenya region and Kenya at large lies in the hands of his party.

"For a party that was registered on 17th August 2021, we have done very well. For 3 months that I have been in a hospital bed till now, you have demonstrated that you believe in our Kazi Na Pesa message of jobs creation and entrepreneurship," Kuria's post read in part.

Kuria maintained that CCK is not a regional, ethnic party or small party saying the political vehicle will do wonders during the August elections next year.

"We deserve respect or in the absence of which the least we request is less pride and less contempt. 2022 here we come," he added.