Kenya Kwanza team led by Deputy President William Ruto has been hot on the campaign trail as they try their best to convince voters ahead of the upcoming general elections. They today held an economic forum at Muranga county. They engaged residents of Muranga in what they would like the next Government to do for them economic wise.
During the event, they gave many leaders a chance to speak to the Electorate. Among them is Gatundu Legislator Moses Kuria who hopes to clinch Kiambu Gubernatorial seat. As he gave his speech, he made some sentiments that captured the ears of the public.
"Nikishikwa Mtanitoa?" Asked Moses Kuria.
This was before he proceeded with his speech saying that the best thing Karua can offer is legal advice to Raila Odinga in order to concede defeat in the August General elections. Kuria touched on a controversial issue, that he heard one politician from central saying they Raila won't be around for more than one year.
It seems Kuria was careful incase he touched on some critical issues that might lead to him being arrested. The crowd would however burst into laughter in the event hosted by Muranga County.
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