Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has admitted to receiving a bribe of Ksh100,000 to vote in Kipipiri MP Amos Kimunya as the National Assembly Majority Leader. Kimunya took over from Garissa Town MP Aden Duale in June last year. Speaking to BBC on Thursday, Kuria said he was handed the bribe at the Majority Leader's office. \u201cWhen the new Majority Leader was appointed we went to the majority leader\u2019s office and received a USD 1000 gift," he stated. Kuria further told the media station that bribery at the Kenyan Parliament is not something new since it is an inducement for a particular course of action. \u201cIt is not uncommon in Kenya for members of parliament to be paid or compensated to vote in a particular way, especially when the government has an interest in a matter," Kuria said. Pressed on why he took a bribe knowing it is unlawful, the MP stated that he will refund the recent bribe he received to the office of the Majority Leader. \u201cI\u2019m not sure if the money belonged to Kenyan taxpayers, but I\u2019ll be refunding the most recent that I can recall to the office of the leader of the majority," he said. When asked to prove his allegations, Kuria said bribery activities never happen on camera. Kuria added that he is sure that bribery is rampant in parliament even if the leadership of the two assemblies fail to own up. The remarks by the MP comes on the very day he is expected to appear at the National Assembly disciplinary committee for 'being disorderly'. The MP was summoned together with Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro and Mohamed Ali of Nyali.