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Opinion: Why Moses Kuria's Fallout With DP Might Prove Costly To DP's Presidential Ambitions

Moses Kuria is out of tangatanga wing of government which mainly comprises of members of parliament allied to the Deputy president William ruto. The vocal legislature seeks to chart his own political as 2022 highly anticipated elections draw nearer.

in the recent past Moses has been dodging hustler movement meeting and instead chose to form a pact with Martha Karua and former cabinet secretary Mwangi Kiunjuri.

He has already formed his own party after being ousted by the people's empowerment party. His new outfit is Chama Cha Kazi (CCK) a party he said his his going to use in next year's general election. He added that his party will help the people of mount Kenya to be on the negotiation table in next year's election.

However Moses has reiterated that he is still in hustler movement though he does not subscribe to UDA ideologies.

He said "I am still a founder member of the hustler nation. I am still a believer of William Ruto. And I feel Ruto has asked me for a date and I should show up in my outfit that I prefer not the one they prefer. If that is a crime then so be it''.

If the two fail to mend their differences then Dp risk losing mount Kenya followers since Moses enjoys a massive support from the vote rich region.

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