Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has on Thursday revealed how he was bribed Ksh 100,000 to vote for Amos Kimunya in parliament.
In an exclusive interview with BBC, the legislator confirmed that it was something usual for fellow legislators to receive bribes so as to pass major bills in parliament.
He continued by revealing that the Parliament is aware of the issue and that he does not expect them to admit to the allegations as they are not recorded anywhere to be used in the public.
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When questioned as to why he received the bribe, Moses Kuria agreed to return the money and that it is the office of the majority leader where such activities happen in secrecy.
MP Amos Kimunya replaced Garissa Township MP Aden Duale following a meeting chaired by the President to oust the MP due to his ties with Deputy President William Ruto.
The Parliament has already summoned Moses Kuria, Ndindi Nyoro and Mohammed Ali to appear before them following their remarks towards fellow lawmakers who voted in support of the BBI amendment bill.
The three are also staunch supporters of the Deputy President and against the bill and demanded changes before voting.