Gatundu south member of parliament Moses kuria has issued a warning to the people aged 45 years and above in the coming general election. The legislator has dealt a huge blow to those people that want to vie for an elective position using his chama cha kazi party as the election draws closer.
Taking to his facebook account, Moses kuria has dismissed any person who is 45 years and above and want MCA contest using his party ticket. The legislator seems to mean that only youths will be given the first priority in the coming election to vie for member of county assembly posts using his party ticket.the legislator has however issued the following statement in his official facebook account. "Bad news if you are over 45 years and seeking to vie for MCA position. Chama cha kazi will not nominate anyone above 45 years to vie for MCA position. let's walk the talk". Moses kuria issued the statement dealing a huge blow to those people over 45 years and would like to use his party ticket to vie for the seat.
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