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Moses Kuria Signals The End of Working With DP Ruto as Kenyans Are Told The Dangerous Path They are Headed to

Gatundu South Member of Parliament has signaled his end on supporting Deputy President William Ruto going forward informing that he has been disappointed by his recent remarks.

According to Moses Kuria, he has said that he is not happy by DP Ruto remarks that anyone who wants to join his party United Democratic Alliance Party must fold his small party making it clear that he is not going to walk in that path.

The Gatundu South Legislator has informed that if he is asked he will still claim the silverware of the People Empowerment party saying that he will not join UDA whatsoever.

"It was my desire; it was my wish that I continue working with William Ruto and I hope that opportunity presents itself at some point but he has clearly said that if you want to work with him you have to join the “only” national party which is UDA,” Gatundu South Member of Parliament has said as quoted by the Standard.

Adding that "If you ask me, I will still claim the silverware of PEP because it was the party I was leading… I’m not boarding, in terms of folding parties I’m not boarding."

The Service Party Leader Mwangi Kiunjuri has also informed that the remarks by Deputy President William Ruto that small parties have no room in UDA are a dangerous path if followed making it clear that “It will be dangerous if we all get into one vehicle. Don’t say you were frustrated when you are also trying to frustrate others,” he said. 

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DP Ruto Gatundu South Legislator Moses Kuria Mwangi Kiunjuri PEP


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