The just concluded general elections is expected to render many popular politicians jobless.As IEBC continue to stream results, big political names are at the verge of defeat.Former Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria is one of the leaders who have openly and early conceded defeat.Moses Kuria was seeking to be Kiambu Governor on his Chama Cha Kazi party ticket.
Despite final results yet to be released, Moses Kuria sent a message through his social media accounts conceding defeat.In his post,Moses Kuria wrote "I enjoyed every minute of my 8 years in elective politics. Back to private sector happily" he noted. Despite not having official results, it's clear Moses Kuria has lost the elections.
Moses Kuria concession comes despite his close relationship with Deputy President and UDA candidate William Ruto.Moses Kuria was elected as Gatundu South MP in 2014 during a by-election.At the time,Kuria was a close confidant of President Kenyatta who they have parted ways.
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