Gatundu North Member of the National Assembly Hon Moses Kuria has today called out Azimio press secretary, lawyer and Oxford University professor Makau Mutua for alleging that there was low turn out of voters from mount Kenya region.
Makau Mutua who has been following closely the on-going UDA nominations, took to his social media platforms to larsh out the parties primaries stating that UDA should worry over the low turn out by voters especially in Mt Kenya region.
However, his utterances didn't sit well with the Chama Cha Kazi CCK party leader whom is now affiliated to UDA through their signed pact under Kenya Kwanza coalition. The fierce and outspoken Kuria answered back Makau Mutua almost instantly by telling him the exact number of voters who turned up in Juja constituency alone.
Kuria told Makau that Juja constituency had a total of 13,000 voters whom voted in the just concluded primaries where the current MP George Koimbori was elected to vie for the August elections.
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