Moses Kuria, a member of parliament for Gatundu South constituency who was elected in 2013 courtesy of the then TNA party, has slandered the president after the high court declared Nairobi Metropolitan Service unconstitutional.
In his Facebook caption that read " Blow to him as the high court declares Nairobi Metropolitan Service/(NMS) unconstitutional." It is definitely concise, and of course, with no doubt, that Kuria is in no good chemistry with the head of state.
The political wrangle between the PEP party leader and the jubilee party leader started when the president was alleged to forming a coalition government after the COVID pandemic ends. Speaking on 13th April to the media, Kuria stated that the president had his own decisions to make with no intervention of anyone. And they will of course respect it. But come 2022, when their term with Dr. Ruto commences, they will make their decisions too. Everyone will have to respect it.
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