His application to block Mr Tobiko’s affidavit was rejected by a Nairobi court on Friday.
Mr Tobiko is seeking to have the Sh2 million bond cancelled, accusing the MP of breaching a “conciliation pact” when he allegedly incited youth to attack and “slash” politicians opposed to NYS projects in Nyeri County.
“The panga remarks”, as they are now referred to in court, were allegedly captured and aired on national television after the MP addressed youths in his constituency recently.
Mr Tobiko, in an affidavit before the court, says while the politician implored the youth to “come with your pangas”, and also said “pangas are not just for cutting weeds only.”
Mr Kuria had been restrained, as a condition for his release pending trial, “to desist from making statements that amount to incitement to violence and ethnic hatred pending the outcome of the case.”
The prosecution has annexed a forensic transcript of the recent remarks he made in his Gatundu South Constituency.
But Mr Kuria opposed Mr Tobiko’s application and accused public prosecutions boss of playing politics with his case.
He claimed he is being targeted because he holds an elective office.
Lawyer Danson Mungatana for Mr Kuria told the court that there are “extraneous forces” exerting pressure on Mr Tobiko to have his bond cancelled.