Moses Kuria was reported to have faced a thorough sickness for a period not less than two weeks. It was reported that Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria sickness seemed to have attracted attention of many politicians.
According to some of the politician, Moses Kuria was perceived to have a great role in the come general election. They say that his plans to help William Ruto succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta seemed to have created more worries to the public.
In one of the plans of UDA, it was noted that Moses kuria had a bigger rule as far as 2022 general election is concerned. Some of the key politicians and political analysts alleged that it's only Kuria to help the Deputy President, William Ruto ascent to power.
It was later reported that his sickness for a period more than two weeks created more fear to UDA members. Some were spotted to have been checking on him frequently. Some even alleged that Raila's visit was more of manipulation. Some of the UDA members accused ODM party leader on his visit.
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