Confusion has loomed the deputy president's party UDA after it has been reported that the government of Kenya is set to arrest the vocal outspoken Hon Moses Kuria. This has been revealed by the Murang'a county senator honorable Irungu Kang'ata who revealed that his arrest will be made today at any time from now. He was speaking to the Daily Nation newspaper today and He added that there is already a warrant of arrest. According to him He has revealed that the reason as to why his arrest is to be made is because of the good job He did with honorable Gachagua during the Kiambaa mini polls which let to UDA party emerge a winner ahead of the Jubilee party in Kiambaa elections.
"Be it as it may, the Deep state has resorted to use the state machinery to hunt us down for defeating them in Kiambaa. For that reason my good friend and colleague honourable Moses Kuria is set to be arrested on Monday 26th of July following the good job He did with Rigathi Gachagua who is now in custody" He told the newspaper press.
This comes few days after Gachagua is set to be arraigned into the court after spending the weekend under the bars.
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