The member of parliament for Gatundu south hon Moses Kuria has been standing on political neutrality without declaring whether he is supporting the deputy President hon William Ruto or the Azimio la Umoja under the former prime minister hon Raila Amollo Odinga.
This is despite being out of the country for some months where he has been receiving treatment following a fire accident. It should be remembered that he was severely burnt by the electric leg warmers in his home late last year leading to his admission.
However, the legislator has been leaning more on the side of the former prime minister hon Raila Odinga though he had not publicly declared his support to him.
Kuria's post on his social media account has however raised suspicion on whether he is for or against hon Raila Odinga and the Azimio la Umoja initiative.
"Azimio is a bad idea, fronted by the wrong people, for all the wrong reasons. Its fate is Jehanum and Judgement Day is here." Kuria said.
This is a post that has completely questioned his loyalty to the Azimio la Umoja and the former prime minister.
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