Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has been a stronger supporter of Deputy President William Ruto for the Last nearly A decade. They have together From the time Ruto and Uhuru entered into a political Truce.
Kuria has stood firm with The Second in even after DP fell out with his Boss. It's worthy Noting that Moses Kuria refused to join the United Democratic Alliance and rather focused his energy on building his Own outfit.
Alongside Martha Karua, Former Agriculture CS Mwangi Kiunjuri they've agreed to work as one and Voice out Needs and Problems People of Mt Kenya Region.
He's cementing his name in order to Take Over from President Kenyatta as Possible kingpin of GEMA Nation. Already he proved to be a national figure and commands strong support in Kiambu.
Today Moses Kuria has thrown in the White towel and announced that He'll not be vying for any seat in the Next general election and Wil Focus on building Chama Cha Kazi.
Him quitting From the parliamentary seat ballot raises Alot of questions on his Bigger Plans for great Kenya
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