Bold Moses Kuria Is already giving the Deputy President William Ruto and his UDA allied Party sleepless nights. The Vocal Gatundu South Member Of Parliament has defied calls by Deputy President William Ruto's Lieutenants to dissolve his Chama Cha Kazi (CCK) Party to join UDA Party. The vocal MP said that he will not dissolve his party and went ahead to urge those from Mt Kenya and with Political parties not to dissolve them.
However, Monday night the Gatundu South Member Of Parliament went ahead to prove what he meant by unveiling his CCK Party's candidate in the upcoming Kiangu Ward by_elections in Meru County. Taking to his social media handles, the Gatundu South Member Of Parliament the person who who fly CCK Party's flag at Kiangu. This will be a battle of titans having in mind that the Deputy President William Ruto UDA's Party has already announced it's candidate in the same by_ Elections. Milton Mwenda Kabobo is the person being sponsored by Moses Kuria's Party.
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