Chama Cha Kazi party leader Moses Kuria says he can welcome being chosen as a running mate by a presidential candidate ahead of the August elections.
In an interview with NTV on Monday during the 'Kigoda Chako Show,' Kuria stated that he was yet to get the offer, telling his host Salim Swaleh, that should he hear anyone interested in making the Gatundu South MP his deputy, them he should share out his phone number.
"If there is a position called 'Running Mate,' I would be contesting but this is a position one is chosen by an aspiring president. At now, nobody has chosen me, but In case they can share out my number. If one comes along, we will work," said Kuria.
This comes few days after he announced his Kiambu's gubernatorial position, seeking to unset Governor James Nyoro, in a race that has attracted Tujibebe Wakenya Party leader William Kabogo and the current Senator Kimani Wamatangi among other leaders.
Kuria has been vocal about Mount Kenya Region politics, and has called upon President Uhuru Kenyatta to allow Kenyans to elect whoever want on August 9th, also urging the presidential candidates to accept the results for the sake of the country.
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