If you're a regular on social media, you've probably met Moses Kuria at some point. He is the current MP for Gatundu south constituency in Kiambu and is also vying to be the next Kiambu government under the Chama Cha Kazi party. He was a big supporter of William Ruto's presidency, where his party was part of the Kenyan kwanza coalition.
A few hours ago, Jubilee vice chairman David Murathe, a supporter of Raila Odinga's presidency, was on inooro tv to talk about Kenya mt Politics. After Moses Kuria listens to him, he decides to go out to advise his friend Raila Odinga. He said that Murathe mentioned Ruto's name thirteen times but nowhere mentioned Raila Odinga's name.Moses Kuria calls his friend Raila Odinga to tell him that these people are selling him as illegal marijuana. So he advises her to know about them and their plans because Moses Kuria knows them and their behavior as well as the back of his hand. What is your opinion on that?
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