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What Moses Kuria Said About Talking to Murathe and DP Ruto’s Team Pointing Fingers At Him

Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria has hit out at politicians allied to Deputy President William Ruto as he cleverly answered why they should change their thinking.

This is after a section of Ruto’s allies claimed that Kuria was a spy in the DP’s Tangatanga camp for President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Kieleweke team.

Kuria has however revealed he has not spoken to President Uhuru for three years but said he talks to Uhuru’s allies.

MP Kuria said he talks to Jubilee Vice Chairman David Murathe and most of DP Ruto’s political opponents.

The lawmaker speaking on KTN told Ruto’s camp that it is not wrong to talk to their opponents as he said being close to your enemies can help to strategies on how you can defeat them.

“The last time I talked to President Uhuru Kenyatta was three years ago which is regrettable. I speak to Murathe all the time, does that mean I have an agenda with Murathe. That is the pettiness and backwardness that is defining our politics that I’ve refused to be part of,” he said.

“I talk to everyone, I talk to Baba, I talk to Kalonzo and Musalia. How will you even know how to fight this battle if you keep saying you won’t meet so and so, how will you know their thinking,” added Kuria.

Kuria further questioned why Ruto does not see eye to eye with President Uhuru as he claimed he suspects the DP could be pretending and he is a spy in Tangatanga for Uhuru.

“One of the moles I suspect in Tangatanga is William Ruto, I think he is Uhuru’s spy, some things you can’t understand because of how far they have come together,” said Kuria.

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