Gatundu South member of parliament Moses Kuria has hinted while speaking on the state of the Nation on KTN news alleging that It is painful to see some friends go different ways such as Eugene Wamalwa, Sabina Chege, Amos Kimunya, Samuel Poghisio.
According to him these guys are very close to him political to lose them to the former prime minister Hon Raila Odinga ahead of the August 9 general elections is so sad.
Moses Kuria further added that 95% of Mt Kenya region will not vote for the Azimio presidential candidate come August 9 presidential elections despite president Uhuru Kenyatta's support.
According to him the people had already made a decision when they voted for UhuruRuto that the next president will be deputy president William Ruto.
Do you think that Moses Kuria can win the Kiambu Gubernatorial seat in this year's general elections? It's now a matter of wait and see what happens in the coming if he will win or not.
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