Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria missing for the third day in a row has raised concerns and now his family are fearing for the worst.
Several Jubilee MPs allied to TangaTanga have also raised concerns over their missing colleague.
As this is happening, efforts by his lawyers to get information from the police about his whereabouts have been futile. News of Moses Kuria missing first resurfaced on Friday evening after his wife raised an alarm that his phones had been unusually off.
Kuria a fierce critic of President Uhuru Kenyatta has been living a marked man and recently claimed his life is in danger. He is not new to controversy. But his recent association with TangaTanga seems to have rubbed powerful individuals the wrong way.
Before his disappearance, his wife reports that Kuria looked troubled and confided in her that senior State House officials were after him.
The legislator’s wife talked to Daily Star on phone and expressed fears over her husband disappearance.
Before he went missing, Moses Kuria had gone to Kariobangi in the company of fellow MP Ndindi Nyoro to distribute foodstuffs to families who whose houses were demolished.
It’s here that an order was issued via a phone call for their arrest.
Nyoro managed to escape while Kuria was whisked away by police officers.
In his last post on Facebook, the MP accused President Uhuru Kenyatta for ordering evictions in Kariobangi for the sewerage system for the planned Kenyatta’s Northlands city be built.
Kuria woes worsen late last year when he threatened to name powerful individuals behind the death of Chris Musando. Ever since then, the controversial legislator has been at loggerheads with Interior PS Karanja Kibicho and has had to endure a series of arrests one after another.
Jubilee legislators are planning to hold a presser over his disappearance and put pressure on the government to reveal his whereabouts. Social media too has been awashed with hashtags of Moses Kuria missing
This comes even as his constituents in Gatundu are said to be planning a major demonstrations to compel government the whereabouts of their MP.