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"Chama Cha Kazi Sold My Ticket When I Was Burying My Grandmother" Aspiring MP Cries Foul

2022 general elections are just 3 months away before Kenyans exercise their democratic right and vote for their preferred leaders. It is a season when party leaders in different political parties are trying to put their houses in order ready for the big battle ahead of them.

On the list of party leaders with headaches is one Moses Kuria who is facing allegations of selling party tickets to the highest bidder after an aspiring member of parliament from Gatundu north accused Kuria of auctioning his party certificate to his competitor.

Mathew Mukuha Mwangi has exposed how the Chama Cha Kazi(CCK) through his party leader gave out a direct nomination ticket to his opponent without reaching a consensus as witnessed in other political parties.

The aspiring legislature went on and revealed that Moses Kuria took advantage when he was busily burying her Grandmother, he[Kuria] received money through the party secretary-general, and the certificate was dated 18th April 2022 but it was issued on 13th April 2022 to avoid any legal questions.

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Chama Cries Foul Kenyans Mathew Mukuha Mwangi Moses Kuria


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