Vocal Kiambu politician and a close ally of the DP Karungo wa Thang'wa has sent a message to KANU Party leader Hon Gideon Moi shortly after his endorsement event.
The event was held on 30th September, 2021, at the Bomas of Kenya where Moi was instilled as the flag bearer for 2022 presidency. The event was graced by other presidential hopefuls led by ODM Party leader Raila Odinga and the One Kenya Alliance (OKA) principals.
Speaking during the event, Raila affirmed that every Kenyan has a democratic right to vy for any position in the government regardless of the background they hail from. He rubbished those terming the Kenyatta's, Odinga's, and Moi's families as dynasties explaining they all began from nothing.
Karungo has however claimed that Moi is going nowhere. Taking to the social media, the politician who recently joined Ruto's movement explained that having your close competitors cheer you up is a mockery meaning you are not going anywhere.
"You know you are going NOWHERE, when your competitors come to cheer you up as you launch your bid to fight them. Goodluck Man Giddy," he wrote.
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