Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria has made bold prediction for the top seat ahead of 2022 polls, citing Kenyans on Facebook to mixed of political reaction.
Kuria who has been off the show for active politics to refocus on uniting his political backyard Mount Kenya together with TSP leader Mwangi Kiunjuri, Narc leader Martha Karua, Tujibebe party Kabogo in readiness for 2022 battle bruise, informed, there will be no direct winner for President seat.
According to him, unlike previous 2013, 2017 direct victory for Jubilee government of Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto against Raila's Cord and NASA respectively, 2022 race that has pool interest of UDA Leader William Ruto, ODM's Raila Odinga, Musalia Mudavadi, Wiper's Kalonzo Musyoka just but a few will have a run off.
" It will be a run off." Kuria wrote to his page.
Though, Kieni Constituency member of Parliament, Kanini Kega has refute his prediction. Hon Kega who is strong supporter of Raila's bid claim, 2022 will be outright win just like 2022 era.
"Never! Moses Kuria on this one it will be outright win just like 2022. Save this post." Kanini Kega replied to Kuria's post.
However, his prediction has cited Kenyans to mixed political reaction, some speculating that, Kuria who has since been ardent supporter of DP Ruto and his bottom up policy is about to ditch TangaTanga camp to rivals Kieleweke. Reaction as attached;
Jane: Stop beating around the Bush. Just declare your support for Baba.
Lord: Go to Kieleweke peacefully. Stop sitting on the fence.
Aruya: You are slowly but surely coming to a winning team.
Bonny Musambi: Sigh of moving to Kieleweke.
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