Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria sarcastically stated that he will be leaving the country before 2022 elections.
In a tweet, Kuria said: "This country is being set up for a major implosion as we head to 2022. I am moving to Vietnam."
His tweets come amid revelations by the Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI) that a probe is underway on the 2007/2008 post-election violence.
On Monday, the DCI boss George Kinoti said in a presser that they have reopened investigations into the country’s 2007-08 Post Election Violence (PEV) that left more than 1,100 people killed.
However, political leaders allied to Deputy President William Ruto slammed DCI Kinoti describing him as a political gun for hire being to rescue the dying Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) and fuel ethnic animosity in Rift Valley ahead of the 2022 General Election.
Tanga Tanga Attacks DCI
Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika accused Kinoti of inciting communities and raising tension in the country by trying to reopen old cases.
“When you see their hatchet Man Kinoti trying to raise tensions and incite communities against each other you know they are desperate! Hope they don’t kill people, burn houses to justify Kinoti’s statements,” she tweeted.
Moses Kuria on his part asked "Thousands of (Mostly) Kikuyu landlords have their houses forcefully occupied in Mathare, Kibra, Huruma and other areas. I hope they will also record statements tomorrow?"
Kericho Senato Aaron Cheruiyot termed the move shameful and desperation from Kieleweke.
Kikuyu MP Kimani Ichungwah accused Kinoti of being used by brokers and conmen to fight political wars.