1. JAIL TERM in Saudia Arabia (TWO years in Jail
There is are emerging allegations that Hon Moses Kuria served two years in jail for defrauding his Arab employer 11 years ago.
Hon Kuria worked in Saudia Arabia in the banking sector after his short stinct in Gitongo and Co CPAs, Family Bank and Standard Chartered Bank.
Hon Kuria had allegedly been initially sentenced to a seven-year jail term, but reportedly served only two years after being pardoned by his billionaire sheikh employer, multiple sources told the Standard Newspaper’s The Nairobian.
Well, those who allege that Moses may have been molested in his childhood may be wrong, its possible that he became hateful after this Saudia Arabia jail experience. Africans are treated like wild animals in Saudi Arabia jails.
2. Raila gave him Money and hired Lawyer Otieno Kajwang'(RIP) to represent Kuria then a suspended student activist at UoN (SONU Treasurer)
Hon Moses Kuria comes across as a man with so much hate and contempt against the Luo community and Cord leader, Raila Odinga.
But unknown to many of supporters, it is Raila who interceded and helped Kuria to be readmitted to the University of Nairobi after he was suspended together with other student leaders.
A source close to Kuria intimates that when the MP and his colleagues were ejected by the university’s senate, it is Raila who gave Kuria some money and instructed the late Otieno Kajwang’ to represent the student leaders in court.
“I can confirm that Raila gave Kuria Sh400 and paid Kajwang to represent the students in court.I can also confirm that on Saturday January 20, 1995, Kuria attended Jaramogi Oginga Odinga’s first anniversary and slept in Raila’s Opoda Farm home in Bondo,” the source who did not wish to speak on record revealed.
Another source, who refused to be identified due to the sensitivity of this story, confirmed that it is true that lawyer Otieno Kajwang’ represented Kuria in court for close to a year, until Justice Mwera threw out the case and ordered the university to re-admit Kuria and his colleagues.
“Raila gave them Otieno Kajwang’ until the court ordered the university to re-admit Kuria and other student leaders back,” he said.
When contacted, Raila refused to comment on any matter touching on Kuria.
“I don’t want to speak about these things. I don’t want to speak about Moses Kuria,” the Cord leader said through one of his spokespersons.