Today Gatundu South member of parliament Moses Kuria is a happy man. This is after being given a boost by the judicial system. The high court has ruled in his favor by revoking the barring of his candidate in Kiagu by-elections. This is after UDA party led by William Ruto influenced IEBC to ban Milton Mwenda from running for office.
Moses Kuria is being tagged as the possible individuals to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta. He has proven to be a strategist who has gained ground in his backyard. This party is likely to win a number of seats in the coming general elections. This will boost his chances of becoming Mount Kenya kingpin.
The Kiagu ward seat has attracted a lot of interests from various political parties. This is why Moses Kuria is being fought to surrender. Top politicians in the country want Kuria to join their camp. This is due to his mobilization skills in the region.
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