Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria is a man under a man under fire after he was put on the sport over the management of the National Government Constituency Development Fund (NGCDF).
The vocal lawmaker was the topic of discussion on Twitter for the better part of Friday morning after it emerged that he has been awarding multimillion tender from the office to his close family members.
Kuria is accused of awarding a Ksh 9.8 million tender for the construction school dormitories and classes in the area to Kiki Holdings where his sister Jane Wambui Kuria sits as the director.
The two tenders include the construction at Kiamwangi Secondary School which cost the national government Ksh. 4.9 million and another construction tender at Wamwangi Secondary School also at Ksh 4.9 million.
He is also on the spot over the awarding of a Kshs 25 million tender to Numerical Strength Limited for the construction of a laboratory in a secondary school within the area. According to reports, John Ngingi Kuria, a brother to the MP, is a director at the company.
The web also includes other companies like Finishline Construction Company Limited and Amostech Holdings Limited. Aloise Kinyanjui Kuria, a relative to the lawmaker and also a Directorate of Criminal Investigations officer in Kiambu, sits at the former as a director.
While there are no confirmed reports of the Directorate of Public Prosecution taking up these cases, Kenyans have expressed their disappointments at the MP and hope that criminal proceedings will be initiated against those involved in the saga.