Kuria leaves Thika funeral in a huff after being denied chance to address mourners

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Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria, also the Chama Cha Kazi leader together with Tujibebe boss William Kabogo were on Friday evening denied a chance to address mourners at the funeral of Maina Ngunjiri, son of the owner of Maathai Supermarkets in Thika, making the two leaders leave the ceremony while still underway.

Reports indicate the family of the deceased had requested politicians present to steer off politics and when it became apparent the leaders were determined to speak, they decided to only allow family members to address Mr. Ngunjiri’s send-off.

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A day earlier on Thursday, Moses Kuria and William Kabogo had publicly differed with the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) leaders, led by Rigathi Gachagua whom Kabogo (Tujibebe leader) accused of running Kenya Kwanza campaigns in the region with an iron fist.

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