A Gatundu North parliamentary candidate has accused Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria of selling his Chama Cha Kazi (CCK) certificate to a challenger who has lately joined the party and is reported to have large money.
Mathew Mukuha Mwangi claims in an impassioned letter to Kuria that money was exchanged to deny him the certificate despite fighting for the seat for over three years.
"Money was exchanged. I am well aware of the dealings through the political party SG, which has been receiving funds in cash under the guise of "lifetime membership."
"I don't refuse; I am a very young aspirant with limited funds who is dedicated to the people's call." In the letter, Mukuha claimed, "My biggest sin is being an unemployed youth with big hopes."
The optimistic MP said in his statement that the certificate, supposedly dated April 18, 2022, was granted two days before their April 15 consensus meeting, avoiding a potential lawsuit.
"Please be informed that you have not returned any of my calls, SMS messages, or WhatsApp messages. I am aware that just a few candidates sought agreement and found a solution; why is my case unique?
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