The Star has established from multiple sources that senior Jubilee officials and State House operatives asked Kuria not to resign yet.
~ The Star
"Those with selfish objectives and who have been jumping up and down with threats over my life details with which I have shared with the DCI who is my friend and a person with the capacity to act will work on it," he said.
Close confidants of President Uhuru Kenyatta stopped Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria from quitting yesterday before he could deliver a resignation letter to National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi.
Some local media outlets reported Wednesday afternoon that Mr Kuria had tendered his resignation to National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi.
Kuria, whose recent criticism of President Uhuru Kenyatta has earned him an rebel's reputation within the Jubilee party, called off his presser for fear of his life.
Twenty acres of the Mama Ngina Water Front Park in Mombasa have been grabbed, National Land Commission chairman Mohammed Swazuri disclosed on Thursday.
Speaking during a news conference, Kuria attributed the threats to persons whom he described as opportunists taking advantage of the backlash he has received from the President and some of his close allies.
In a friendly fire witnessed on Twitter on Thursday, January 10, Junior reminded the politician of utterances he made in 2018 where the Gatundu South MP appeared to suggest he could assassinate Raila for being a threat.