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Moses Kuria Says He Spoke With President Uhuru Three Years Ago But They Are in Good Terms With Ruto

Member of Parliament for Gatundu South constituency has spoke during an interview today on KTN.

In a statement he has said that it has been long since they held a conversation with president Uhuru Kenyatta. Infact the last time they spoke was three years ago.

Kuria has also said that he won't run for Gatundu South member of Parliament seat. This is because he is busy building his political party, Chama Cha kazi. He says that he cannot break his party as it really took him much time and energy forming it.

In an interview with Ken Mijungu of KTN, Kuria has said that Kikuyus should not be used as SI unit of anything that people talk about. This is after Ken mentioned to him about a popular say that, You cannot buy a Kikuyu." In a response, he also asked, who can be bought? Can you buy a maasai?

Kuria has also added that he is in good terms with the deputy president, William Ruto.

What is your view on Moses Kuria declaring to be in good terms with the deputy president? Do you think he is likely to join the Kenya Kwanza Alliance team? Give us a comment on the comment section and don't forget to follow us for more updates.

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