Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has revealed a portion of the weaknesses and misfortunes in the everyday existence of a lawmaker.
Talking during a meeting, the legislator portrayed that the work accompanies a great deal of negative exchange that can at times be an excessive amount to bear.
Giving a model, Kuria, who is as of now hospitalized in a wellbeing office in Dubai, expressed that one of his depressed spots was when Laikipia Woman Representative Cate Waruguru hawked negative opinions about his disease via online media.
He added that it turned out to be more awful when Deputy President William Ruto accepted her as an individual from the UDA party; something he has not moved past and neither has he excused the DP for.
"I really shed a tear when I saw the Deputy President accepting my associate Cate Waruguru to UDA a couple of days later she freely wished me the most exceedingly awful through online media."
"Be that as it may, such is the stuff of life. I don't know it would have been distinctive regardless of whether I had sought after my unique profession wish of being a minister," Kuria expressed.
Waruguru had supposedly let Kuria know that he would not have the foggiest idea about any tranquility on earth following his confirmation at a city medical clinic where he was getting therapy in the wake of enduring wounds on his legs.
"May God not hear your petitions, yet I will appeal to God for you, my condition in any case," Kuria composed while sharing the individual message sent by the Woman MP.