Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has issued a very scary and hair raising threat to controversial blogger Cyprian Nyakundi.
The two have since Sunday afternoon engaged in a heated Twitter fight that have seen them throw personal insults at each other.
The clash started after Nyakundi attacked Kuria’s statement that the referendum question would be posed during the 2022 General Election.
“Shut the f*ck up Moses Kuria! Nobody wants to hear your sterile views. You and David Murathe are on the same level. Restrict your opinions to Kameme, Inooro, Coro and Kikuyu TV please,” Nyakundi tweeted.
The comment appears to have rubbed Kuria the wrong way as he responded with a rather chilling threat against the blogger.
“Wee kahii gaka reke ngwire. Ngukuhihinya heke nyukwa aigue mbu e githii. Nii tinii Sonko. (You small boy let me tell you. I will crush your balls until your mother hears your screams in Kisii. I am not Sonko),” the legislator stated.
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Meanwhile, DPP Noordin Haji ordered the release of Nyakundi from Muthaiga police station a few days back.
Nyakundi was first arrested on April 28 following allegations that he abused Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko on social media.
He was freed and re-arrested on May 14.
Haji directed the investigators to present his file in court with the aim of withdrawing and marking the case as closed.
“No criminal charges should be registered against the above named individual pursuant to the miscellaneous application without my express approval, ” Haji said in a letter.
He added that his offence of misdemeanour and abuse of cyberspace does not necessitate a detention period of three days
The letter dated May 16 was addressed to the senior director of public prosecution and copied to the director of criminal investigations and Nyakundi’s lawyer.
Tweeting from the police cell, Nyakundi said the Directorate of Criminal Investigations brought four cases against him.
He said Sonko, Kirinyaga governor Anne Waiguru, NCIC, and Kenya Power MD Ken Tarus are the complainants.