Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has took on just his recent political master DP Ruto after shifting his focus fully on Mount Kenya politics ahead of 2022 general elections.
While making his statement this morning on why he has defended from Hustler Nation camp, Moses Kuria has referred to DP Ruto as a mole in Tangatanga.
"I suspect one of the President's moles in Tangatanga is Deputy President William Ruto, they have walked together longer than us" Says Moses Kuria.
His bold remarks of expose comes just moments after endorsing NARC Party leader Martha Karua as the new spokesperson of Mount Kenya Region which is currently being hunted by various top political leaders eyeing for 2022 top political seat in Kenya.
Before this, Moses Kuria used to be DP Ruto's top political ally from coming from Mount Kenya Region before an alleged supremacy battle started to arise between him and Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua on who to be the main voice of leaders from the region at DP Ruto's camp.
Now he suspect DP Ruto as number one mole in his own led camp which is against Uhuru Kenyatta since DP Ruto has been more close to Uhuru for many years more than any other person in the camp.
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