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Moses Kuria Dissolved His Party And Discloses His Next Move

Recently, it has come to light that Kenyan President William Ruto intends to bring the nation together by forging a powerful coalition under his leadership.

Moses Kuria, a former Gatundu legislator and CS for the ministry of trade, has reportedly made a significant move by dissolving his Chama Cha Kazi Party in order to join the United Democratic Alliance (UDA).

Our source reports that Kuria claimed to have informed the Office of Registrar of Political Parties (ORRP) of his decision earlier.

Following Kipchumba Murkomen's nomination to join President Ruto's cabinet, Kuria, who works hard to advocate for Ruto, urged the people of Elkeyo Marakwet to support the UDA candidate.

Moses Kuria, who was accompanied by Senator Murkomen, attended a gathering in Elkeyo Marakwet and swore to support and work with anyone who would succeed him."Whoever will be vying just ask for my vote and then I shall vet, but the ultimate decision on who will be your next senator is from the people. And I will support any Senator who will be elected a hundred percent," Murkomen said.

Kuria has dissolved his party a head of other political parties who are alleged to be planning to join William Ruto party, United Democratic party.

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