VIDEO:Muthama and Moses Kuria forgive each other
Machakos senator Johnson Muthama and Gatundu MP Moses Kuria have publicly forgiven each other.
The two, while shaking each others hand, said they had resolved to put their differences aside and concentrate on serving people.
Muthama said he had consulted with his lawyers to write and demand their names to be expunged from the criminal records.
The two spoke to the media during a lunch break at the court.
“I want everyone to know that any word attributed by Kuria against me and Senator Orengo is now regarded as history,” Muthama said.
Muthama and Kuria were among a group of eight MPs charged at Milimani law court over hate remarks.
Others include Bahati MP Kimani Ngunjiri, Suna East Junet Mohamed, Kitutu Masaba’s Timothy Bosire, Kilifi Woman representative Aisha Jumwa and Busia’s Florence Mutua.
The MP’s in their pleas to the charges denied the allegations.