Moses Kuria is one of the well known politicians in the country. He is the current member of parliament for Gatundu south constituency in Kiambu county. He is also one of the veteran lawyers in the country whose work is known. Above all Kuria is one of the stunch supporters of William Ruto.
Now today, it's seems that things are different with Moses Kuria. This come after Mr David Matsanga claimed through one of his social media accounts that Kuria has ditched do Ruto's camp for Gideon moi. Matsanga said that Moses Kuria held a closed door meeting with Gideon Moi together with Nick salat.
Matsanga went ahead to say that Kuria can ditch DP Ruto for Gideon moi only because of money. He went ahead to say that due to this move by Kuria, DP Ruto will cry more than the way he cried during his ICC Case.
This alleged move by Kuria will be a huge blow to DP Ruto as he may end up losing his Mount Kenya's support as Kuria is known to command a huge number of votes from Mount Kenya.
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