Gatundu south Mp hon Moses kuria has been in limelight for encouraging Mt kenyans to form parties ahead of the general elections citing that parties will be there bargaining power.
The vocal Legislator has already formed his party chama cha kazi which seems to be a threat to Deputy president's UDA party. Kuria who has been a close ally to ruto seems to be going on different directions with deputy president on matters of parties.
Ruto has been advocating aspirants to diss other parties to join Uda which he refers as a natuonal party. Ruto describes other small party as tribal parties saying kenya is past that.
Ruto words on parties has seemed to anger moses kuria with each time defending formation of small parties. Moses kuria via his facebook page shared is thoughts on who will win the elections.
Kuria said that the light is clear that those who respect other parties Will form the government well the others will be in opposition leaving netizens wondering if kuria wants to join azimio which as been great ambassador for coalition among parties.
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