Few days remaining before Kiambaa constituents flock into the July 15th mini-poll to elect their next MP, Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria's message on how the by-election will shape the 2022 politics has left many wondering.
Through his Facebook page, the controversial legislator claimed that the Kiambaa by-election, will shape the politics of 2022 in so many ways. Without revealing what he particularly meant, Kuria went ahead to say this will not result in what most of Kenyans think.
While urging Kenyans to fasten their belts, Kuria added that there will be massive realignments coming after the mini-poll and before 2022.
This comes some days after reports emerged that the Depiuty President William Ruto had met both Kuria and his Mathira counterpart Rigathi Gachagua, and charting a re-union between the two warrying MPs.
The two have openly been criticizing each other in public, with each trying to win Ruto's favour ahead of 2022, and allegedly having the DP pick one of them as his deputy in 2022.
Kuria has been fronted as the best candidate who could deliver good votes to ODM party leader Raila Odinga, should he pick him in 2022 as his deputy. Kuria has however, insisted he is in Hustler Nation to stay and will campaign for the DP come 2022.
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