Moses Kuria has offered unsolicited advice to William Kabogo telling him to pick his side, either KKA or Azimio, as there is no perfect house. Moses Kuria has told Kabogo to declare his political stand and stop sitting on the fence. Kuria said that Kabogo should stop using grievances in Kenya Kwanza Alliance as excuses to leave the coalition. Gatundu South lawmaker added that the former Kiambu Governor should declare if he is in Raila's Azimio La Umoja One Kenya coalition.
"Declare your political stand and don’t sit on the fence. Stop using grievances as excuses to bolt out. He should declare if he is in Azimio. Let him leave. He is my friend and my brother and I wish him well." Moses Kuria told Kabogo in an interview with Sunday Standard.
Moses Kuria also stated that the only joint project they had with William Kabogo was to raise concerns. He hinted that Kabogo is now on his own since any other move apart from raising concerns to KKA was an individual decision.
"The only joint project (with Kabogo) was to raise concerns and not any other. Any other move was supposed to be an individual decision and I respect that. I’m a part owner in KKA and I’m there to stay. How can I leave my house? There can’t lack small grievances in heaven." Moses Kuria stated.
Kuria also said that his grievances had been addressed in the Kenya Kwanza Alliance and that he is now determined in campaigning for the Deputy President William Ruto, himself as well as the Chama Cha Kazi party candidates.
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