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Karua directs auctioneers to Moses Kuria over Ksh 6.5M

Nark-Kenya party leader Martha Karua has opted to use auctioneers in order to recover Ksh 6.5 million from MP Moses Kuria.

The payments in question follows a successful defamation case she had lodged against the Gatundu South MP back in 2017.

Moses Kuria accused the Narc-Kenya party leader of paying off witnesses to testify against Deputy President William Ruto during his ICC case alongside President Uhuru Kenyatta.

In order to recover the said amount, the auctioneers were ordered to take away a number of items from the legislator including his two vehicles, sofa set and television stand.

The goods taken are as a result of court order to the Gatundu South legislator to pay the said amount of money or have his goods face the hammer.

Initially, Martha Karua had demanded Ksh 20 million for defamation and an apology, something that materialized.

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