Mathew Mwangi, a Member of Parliament aspirant for Gatundu North has said that money was used to deny him a ticket in the Chama Cha Kazi party nominations headed by Gatundu South Member of Parliament, Moses Kuria. Mwangi said that Kuria had sold his ticket to his rich opponent. The aspirant blamed Moses Kuria for breaking his promise that he will support young politicians by giving them a chance.
"Money was used. I understand the dealings that are going on through the Chairman who has been receiving money in the pretence of 'membership for life'. I agree that I am a young man with limited finances and I have given up myself to the call of the people. My biggest sin is a being a youth without a job and a big dream," Mwangi said in a post on Facebook.
He went further to state that the ticket had been given out two days before the official meeting. He also said that Moses Kuria had ignored his calls and messages in the last minutes before he gave out his ticket. Mwangi said that although he has no money, the people have seen his potential and he has a large support from the them.
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