Former presidential candidate Hon. Mwalimu Dida has hinted through his official twitter page alleging that the Gatundu South member of parliament Hon Moses Kuria do not stand a chance to be Kiambu next governor.
According to him the Gatundu South member of parliament Moses Kuria would have would have win Kericho Gubernatorial race than becoming a a number 2 in the Kiambu Gubernatorial race.
"Honestly, Moses Kuria has better chances of being Kericho governor than number 2 in Kiambu. Some people simply do not forgive". Hon. Mwalimu Dida wrote.
Moses Kuria has continue to attack president Uhuru Kenyatta ahead of this year's general elections.
The Gatundu South member of parliament Hon Moses Kuria has not been doing well in recent opinion poll results in Kiambu Gubernatorial race. And he is on record alleging that the second in command of the republic of Kenya William Ruto is the next president of the republic of Kenya.
Many Kenyans had expected him to be leading in opinion poll results looking at the way he has continue to attack president Uhuru Kenyatta.
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