Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria who currently happens to be the party leader of People's Empowered Party [PEP] has issued a straight warning to leaders, politicians, or anyone aged 45 years and above and is eyeing for MCA seat with his political party.
Talking just moments after coming out of his hospital bed, the vocal Mount Kenya MP has made it clear that no one aged 45 years old and above will not get any chance for an MCA seat with his political party.
That is by saying that the PEP party will not nominate anyone who is not within the age bracket of 18 years to 44 years.
And with this system, he simply tries to indicate that the PEP party will mostly consider young people and more specifically youths.
By kicking those above the age of 44 out of the race for the MCA position, he is encouraging more youths to get into the political field by starting with that position which seems easier for them to acquire than other seats like MP, Senatorial, and even gubernatorial seats which require some huge amount of resources.
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