Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has on Monday night, announced tha his Kenya Kwanza Coalitiin will on Tuesday have a major unsertaking.
Through his social media sides, Kuria announced that their Alliance will on Tuesday (today) will sign coalition agreement and deposit it with the registrar of political parties.
"Today, Tuesday 12th April is the day the train leaves station. The Kenya Kwanza Alliance parties will sign the Coalitio n Agreement to be deposited with the Registrar of Political Parties" said Kuria.
He reiterated that DP William Samoei Ruto will be made the 5th President of Kenya in 119 days.
"Chama Cha Kazi is over the moon. Our gallant struggle to entrench multi party democracy within the Kenya Kwanza Alliance has born fruit and we look forward to play our vanguard role in the William Ruto led Kenya Kwanza Government for National Reconstruction" said Kuria.
This comes amid reports that Kuria could be heading back to Gatundu to defend his seat after bowing out of Kiambu gubernatorial race.
However, Kuria has maintained that he is in the race to succeed Governor James Nyoro. He will face off with former governor William Kabogo, a winner from UDA party between Ferdinand Waititu, Senator Kamau Wamatangi and Thika MP.
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