Moses Kuria, a candidate for the position of trade cabinet secretary, has said that he has left the Chama cha Kazi party and joined the United Democratic Alliance (UDA).
The former Gatundu South MP claimed to have informed the Office of Registrar of Political Parties (ORRP) of his decision while speaking at a funeral in Elgeyo Marakwet.
Additionally, in response to Kipchumba Murkomen's nomination by President William Ruto to the position of Cabinet Secretary for Roads, Transport, and Public Works, Kuria urged locals to vote for a senator who is a supporter of the UDA party should a by-election is required.
"I formerly served as the chair of a party called Chama cha Kazi, but I disbanded it yesterday and joined UDA after going through the registrar. In addition, I want us to work together so that we may choose the candidate after nominations are complete "said he.
Speaking at the same event, retiring Senator Murkomen committed to cooperate with and assist his successor.
"Whoever is running should just ask for my vote so I can check them out, but ultimately the voters will decide who becomes your next senator. And I pledge my full support to any senator who is elected "said Murkomen.
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