On Sunday evening's episode of Inooro Tv's political show Kiririmbi, Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria and Nyeri Town Member of Parliament Ngunjiri Wambugu squared off against each other in a debate.
The debate between the two outspoken leaders of the Mount Kenya region was mostly focused on the politics of the region and the connection between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto.
According to Moses Kuria, the relationship between Uhuru and Ruto should not be an easy issue to resolve and should be handled through mediators.
The Catholic Church, according to the Gatundu South, will be the most effective mediators in Ruto's Uhuru's problems because they will provide both divine and personal advice.
It is firmly known that the Catholic Church is the appropriate intermediary to resolve the disagreement between the two parties. Kuria.
Kuria, on the other hand, was met head on by Nyeri MP Wambugu, who claimed that he is one of the primary reasons why Uhuru and Ruto had broken off their friendship.
Before the handshake, Wambugu reminded Kuria of some counsel he had given the Tangatanga group earlier in the year.
He claimed that Moses Kuria and Ruto's associates had began lobbying the President and pressuring him to begin campaigning for the 2022 elections as early as this year. Wambugu told them at the time that the pressure would result in a deterioration of the relationship between Uhuru and Ruto, which turned out to be true.
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