Moses Kuria's Today Speech In Gatundu That Left Mourners Cheering Him
By Skysport254 | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 13572 views
Today the kenyan deputy president together with UDA candidates visited Gatundu to mourn with family of Njago who is also a politician. While addressing the people Moses Kuria swore that he will speak the truth and only the truth. Moses Kuria urged all politicians to follow the protocols in the right manner. He asked those politicians who have been given the presidents speech to give it to Ruto instead of reading it.
In the recent, the Kenyan president has been giving different people his speech to read. This issue has caused Moses Kuria to address it. Apart from that Moses Kuria went ahead to mourn with the family which lost a loved one. Kuria is among those politicians who are close to the Kenyan Deputy president.
I would to urge all this politicians to remaining faithful and avoid speaking politics in burials. May the family heal from the loose of their loved one
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