The Political war between the United Democratic Alliance party members especially those drawn from the Mount Kenya region and the Gatundu South constituency member of parliament Moses Kuria, the party leader of the newly formed Chama Cha Kazi keeps on intensifying since Kuria stood firm on having own party.
In a video posted by the vibrant politician, he has accused Ruto's party members of being selfish and suddenly being against him simply because of his political stand.
Kuria accused the team especially the Mathira Constituency member of parliament Rigathi Gachagua of badmouthing him yet he singlehandedly helped them to secure many seats in the by-elections.
He further argued that UDA owes him since he at some points stepped down for them to field a candidate and even helped them campaign, he now wants the party to step down for him and support his candidate in the upcoming ward by-elections in Meru county. Video: (watch from 2:25) https://www.facebook.com/moses.kuria.140/videos/525775041828297/?app=fbl
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