Member of Parliament for Gatundu South and Chama Cha Kazi (CCK) party leader, Moses Kuria has finally addressed the rumors of his fall out with Deputy President, William Ruto .
During Citizen TV's night show dubbed News Night hosted by celebrated journalist Waihiga Mwaura , Kuria made clear some important details.
"Legally I am a member of Jubilee Party
but am an affiliate of Chama Cha Kazi and that's the reality , "Kuria noted. Chama cha Kazi and United Democratic Alliance (UDA) share the same ideology in terms of the hustler nation and so I still support Deputy President Ruto , he added .
He made it clear that he has forfeited the race for presidency come 2022 and confirmed that he has rather thrown his weight on Ruto as his preferred presidential candidate .
Albeit Kuria maintains that UDA and CCK are two separate parties according to the registrar of political parties in Kenya , he credits himself to be among the founders of the hustler nation .
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